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The National Park Service at 100

7 p.m. Monday, March 20 – The National Park Service at Age 100. Norman Moline, accomplished cultural geographer from Rock 
Island, offers highlights of National Park Service history and discusses many of the NPS sites throughout the Midwest – including the Pullman State Historic Site in Chicago and Abraham Lincoln’s home in 
Springfield.

All programs are at the Society museum, 6422 Main St. in Union.
Tickets are available in the office, online or at the door. Series
 tickets are $35, $30 for Society members. A $10 donation is requested for individual programs. The national parks program is made possible through a grant from Illinois Humanities.

For information or to buy tickets, call 815-923-2267 or visit www.GotHistory.org.

Time

Monday, March 20 from 7 pm to 10 pm

Admission

$10

Location

McHenry County Historical Society & Museum, Main Street, Union, IL, United States

The National Park Service at 100
McHenry County Historical Society & Museum, Main Street, Union, IL, United States

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