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A special program entitled “Gen. Sherman and the Treaty of 1868 - From War Maker to Peace Maker” will be presented by Shawn Price, director of the Dineh Tah Navajo Dancers of New Mexico. Mr. Price will give a history of his people before, during, and after this important event, which was the only treaty to give land back to the Native Americans. Gen. William T. Sherman signed this treaty with the Navajo Nation 150 years ago. Free, public is welcome.
The Dineh’Tah Dancers are travelling from New Mexico and will perform traditional Navajo dances at the Heritage Association Spring Meeting. Their director, Shawn Price, will narrate the meaning and significance of each dance to the audience. The meeting is open to the public, admission is a donation.
A Fun Bus trip to Zoar is being sponsored by the Fairfield Heritage Association. Visit Zoar’s historic buildings and enjoy their Maifest being held that day. Lunch on your own at Lockport Brewery in Bolivar, then on the way home we’ll stop at the JE Reeves Museum and Carriage House in Dover. $45 per person, includes transportation and all admission costs. (Lunch not provided.) Reservations required, call 740-654-9923 to sign up. Limited seating.
Historic Rock Mill will be open to the public on weekends from 1 PM – 3 PM starting May 12. Free admission.