MASON CITY – A Guided History Walk will be held in Elmwood-St. Joseph Municipal Cemetery on September 29th.
“Experience a fascinating glimpse of Mason City history from six of its early and influential residents,” The cemetery said in a press release.
The event sets up like this:
– 4pm – Afternoon History Walk: Guided tour with costumed actors portraying Mason City’s early citizens within the beautiful historic section of the cemetery.
– 5:30pm – Chili Supper: Chili, Cornbread, Coffee or Water, Grandma’s Apple Bread Pudding with Caramel Sauce.
– 7:30pm – Evening History Stroll: Stroll through the moonlight and hear intriguing tales from four unique and tragic characters from Mason City’s early years – Bring a flashlight! Hot Chocolate served after Stroll.
Admission: $7 Afternoon Walk Only, $6 Chili Supper Only, $7 Evening Stroll Only; $10 Afternoon Walk + Chili Supper OR $10 Evening Walk + Chili Supper; $15 Afternoon Walk + Chili Supper + Evening Walk. Children under 10 walk and stroll for free when accompanied by an adult. Parking on site at the South Federal Entrance.
A rain date of Sunday would be planned for September 30th.
Call 641-512-0956 for more information.