"Minnesota in the Civil War"/CAST Senior Center
CAST Senior Center trip to Gaylord, MN. This interactive, hands-on, living history experience will present the causes of the Civil War and the typical daily life of a Minnesota soldier fighting to preserve the Union. Presenter Arn Kind is a retired teacher and member of the First Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment, a reenactment group based at Fort Snelling. The group has performed in a number of Hollywood movies including 'Blue and Gray', 'Glory', 'Dances with Wolves' and 'North and South'. Arn brings this authenticity to his hands-on, interactive presentation about the soldiers of the Civil War era. As part of his program, he brings artifacts, uniforms and equipment. This presentation is free and everyone is welcome to attend. Trip Details: This presentation is free and everyone is welcome to attend. Preregistration required so we know how many will be attending. Register by calling 507-354-3212 (leave a message with your name, phone number, and if you need to carpool so arrangements can be made). We will leave the CAST Senior Center Parking Lot at 6:15pm.
Date and Time
Tuesday May 23, 2023
6:15 PM - 6:15 PM CDT
Tuesday, May 23 Depart at 6:15pm. Program begins at 7pm.
Meet at the CAST Senior Center, 600 N. German St., New Ulm. Travel to the Gaylord Public Library, 428 Main St., Gaylord, MN.