The Custer County historical society and Custer County Museum will host Nebraska humanities speaker Charlotte Endorf on Friday (6/10). The presentation is made possible by Humanities Nebraska, the Nebraska Cultural Endowment, and the Custer County Historical Society-Museum as part of the Humanities Nebraska Speakers Bureau. The program tells of prolific quilter Grace Snyder who was born April 23rd, 1882 and live to be 100 years old. Tammy Hendrickson of the CC Historical Society visited with KCNI/KBBN radio about the upcoming presentation.
Hendrickson said some may be familiar with Endorf’s presentations as she has presented in the area before.
To make the evening even more enjoyable, a pie and ice cream social will take place featuring delicious home made pies. Pie and ice cream will be served for a free will donation beginning at 5:30 with the humanities presentation scheduled for 6 p.m.
As the historical society continues its dedication of preserving and making available the history and culture of Custer County, Hendrickson reminds the public that the Custer County Museum is open all year for visitors and appointments can be made for tours and research.