15 March 2017

Tontitown Arkansas History talk Saturday

The Flower Garden and Nature Society of NorthWest Arkansas welcomes Susan Young 

Topic “Fields Red with Strawberries in Northwest Arkansas” 
Day Saturday, March 18, 2017 
Time 9:30 am Social Time - 10:00 am Program
Location Northwest Technical Institute - Springdale Arkansas

Susan Young is the outreach coordinator at the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History in Springdale, a position she has held since 1994. 
Susan is a lifelong resident of Fayetteville and a fifth-generation Ozarker. 

She is the author of "So Big, This Little Place," a history of the founding of Tontitown, Arkansas, and the editor of “Memories I Can't Let Go Of”, a collection of life stories from Tontitown, Arkansas. 

In 2014, Susan received the Washington County Historical Society's Distinguished Citizen Award. 

Susan serves on the boards of the Arkansas Historical Association and the Ozark Folk Cultural Center Commission. Her Ozark history interests include traditional folkways, religion, and cemeteries. In her spare time, Susan enjoys reading, traveling, gardening, genealogy, and birdwatching.

Information Keith Blowers (blowerk@prodigy.net)

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