The Marshall County Museum’s Brown Bag Lunch and Learn event this month is “The History of Wet Shaving and How Shaving Brushes are Made” with Dennis Carter.
Join the fund this Friday, April 8th, from noon to 1:00 p.m., and learn about the history of wet shaving, shaving brushes, shaving soaps, and aftershaves. Come to the museum and learn all about this traditional technique of shaving and how it was done over the years.
This month’s presentation will be in person at the museum or you can email Iris Fry at email@example.com or:firstname.lastname@example.org for a link to watch the event online. You can also call the Marshall County Museum at 574-936-2306 to reserve a seat if you would like to attend.
The Marshall County Museum Brown Bag Lunch program is a series of informative talks given by local community members and experts on many interesting topics. These free talks are at noon on the second Friday of every month and last about an hour. The museum encourages its guests to bring their lunch, a friend, or just themselves and settle in for some Marshall County history exploration.
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