David Enyart, a fellow Hoosier that has spent much time collecting images and researching Indiana courthouses will be the guest speaker. His noontime talk, “Uncovering the Charm of Indiana Courthouses,” in the Marshall County Museum Community Room, will highlight not only the distinctive architecture of the courthouses of our state, but also their rich history, with an emphasis on what makes the Marshall County Courthouse special.
Bring your sack lunch to the museum for an interesting “taste” of the history over the lunch hour! The Marshall County Museum is located at 123 N. Michigan St. in historic downtown Plymouth. For more information call 574-936-2306.