The Kewaunee County Historical Society will begin a weekly history series this month with one of the most turbulent and memorable decades in the last century. The “Growing up in the Sixties” program by Jim Rabas this Saturday will kick-off the series. Rabas shares what he will cover in his hour-long presentation.
The “Growing up in the Sixties” program will be at 1 pm at the Kewaunee County Historical Society on Ellis Street in Kewaunee. Other February programs include “History and Culture of the Potawatomi Indian Nation” on February 15, “Rambling through Belgium” on February 22 and “School Teacher Erna Schwantes Teske and the One-Room Schoolhouse” on February 29.