Wisconsin Humanities Council visits Door Peninsula

The Wisconsin Humanities Council's Grant Program Director visited Sturgeon Bay and Kewaunee October 4th. The trip was a follow-up related to successful award applications for the archaeological dig at Crossroads and a new historical walking trail near the Kewaunee Pierhead Lighthouse. Meg Turville-Heitz says a majority of her job is helping nonprofits and governments applying for WHC grants with the byzantine process.


 It was the first trip for Turville-Heitz to the area in roughly 18 months. Humanities disciplines and activities involve taking a critical eye to various subjects from art to history. 


Photo courtesy of the Wisconsin Humanities Council Facebook page.

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