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NE Ga. History Center events for June

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - Northeast Georgia History Center events calendar for June:<br /> <br /> Sunday, June 8&#8203; 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. FAMILY DAY: The Revolutionary War Era and Northeast Georgia <br /> Engage in hands on activities and interactive exhibits. Converse with members of the Sons of the American Revolution and Daughters of the American Revolution, and Revolutionary War re-enactors. Admission is free, courtesy of North Georgia Eye Clinic and Laser Center. The Northeast Georgia History Center is located at 322 Academy Street, NE, Gainesville. For more information, call 770-297-5900 or visit www.negahc.org or e-mail jcarson@brenau.edu .<br /> <br /> Tuesday, June 10 &#8203;7 p.m.&#8203; HISTORY FORUM<br /> Local author Vic Williams will speak about his book, Millikids, based on growing up in New Holland, GA. Admission is free for members and $3 for non-members. The Northeast Georgia History Center is located at 322 Academy Street, NE, Gainesville. For more information, call770-297-5900 or visit www.negahc.org or e-mail jcarson@brenau.edu .<br /> <br /> Monday, June 16-Friday, June 20&#8203; 9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.&#8203; History Center Summer Camp 1<br /> If You Had Lived During the Civil War: Engage in hands-on activities representative of the life-style experienced by family members on the Northeast Georgia home front during the Civil War.Limited enrollment. Call 770-297-5900 or visit www.negahc.org or email jcarson@brenau.edufor more information. Location: Northeast Georgia History Center, 322 Academy Street, NE, Gainesville<br /> <br /> Monday, June 23-Friday, June 27 &#8203;9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.&#8203; History Center SummerCamp 2<br /> If You Had Lived During the Civil War: Engage in hands-on activities representative of the life-style experienced by family members on the Northeast Georgia home front during the Civil War.Limited enrollment. Call 770-297-5900 or visit www.negahc.org or email jcarson@brenau.edufor more information. Location: Northeast Georgia History Center, 322 Academy Street, NE, Gainesville
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