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'Mysterious Creatures of the Midwest' Tuesday, March 28
Cresco Public Library sponsors the adult program 'Mysterious Creatures of the Midwest' Tuesday, March 28 at 7 p.m.
This program takes place at Cresco United Methodist Church basement (located across the parking lot from Cresco Public Library). Listen as researcher Chad Lewis talks about 'Mysterious Creatures of the Midwest'.
For over two decades, Chad Lewis had traveled the back roads of the strange and unusual. Chad has been featured on the Discovery Channel's 'A Haunting'. He is also the author of numerous books, including 'Iowa Road Guide to Haunted Locations' and 'Wisconsin Road Guide to Mysterious Creatures.'
Splat the Cat Appears in Person Monday, April 3 at 10 a.m.!
Calling all kids! Splat the Cat will appear in person at the Cresco Public Library Monday, April 3 at 10 a.m.! Join us for stories, splat, jokes & fun!
Howard-Winneshiek Genealogy Society is awarded grant; box made to preserve & display Beadle family Bible
The Howard-Winneshiek Genealogy Society, with the help of a City of Cresco Travel and Tourism grant, had a box made to preserve and display the Beadle family Bible. The Bible, on extended loan, was given to the Genealogy Society and the Cresco Public Library by Judge John McKay, great-great grandson of Augustus and Eliza Beadle, founder of Cresco, last summer during the town's Sesquicentennial celebration. The Bible, published in Philadelphia in 1815, contains the marriage records of Augustus' parents Daniel and Clara (Powers) Beadle and the birth records of Augustus and his brother John Henry. Pictured from left: Genealogy Society members Jan Strike, Jan Wearda, Don Wearda, Dave Matt, whose business Wildflower Art & Frame furnished the box, Cresco Public Library Director Carmen Buss, and Genealogy Society member Judy Strike.