VANDALIA — The Historical Society of Vandalia-Butler invites you to our educational program meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, October 15 at the Vandalia Branch Library Community Room. Mr. Jim Charters will highlight what Carillon Historical Park has looked like for many years, the recent changes that have been made, and what the future holds for Carillon Park in the years to come. There is much to see today and exciting changes are in store for visitors in the future. Everyone in attendance will receive one free adult admission to the park.
Mr. Charters is a spokesperson for Dayton History and has made presentations to numerous organizations about significant historical events and individuals from the Dayton area. He volunteers as an interpretive guide at Carillon Park and Hawthorn Hill. In 2013, he received Carillon Park’s “Volunteer of the Year” award.
The Vandalia Branch Library is located at 330 S. Dixie Drive, Vandalia. If you have any questions, please contact the Society Program Chair, Jean Harman, at 280-4239 or visit our website: www.historicalsocietyvandalia-butler.org.