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* Bank "Secrets & Mysteries"Bank "Secrets & Mysteries"

Time: 5:00 pm

Also at 6pm and 7pm. Explore the “Secrets & Mysteries of the Beekman Bank,” the oldest financial institution in the Pacific Northwest, when regional historian Ben Truwe pursues secrets lost with the last Beekman during 45-minute candlelight tours. Admission, $5. Reservations required. 541-245-3650 or info@historicjacksonville.org.

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* "Six Decades of Songs""Six Decades of Songs"

Time: 1:30 pm

Historic Jacksonville, Inc. presents a special 75 minute "Six Decades of Songs" concert featuring Northwest Troubadour David Gordon. David will be sharing the music and stories from his personal journey as a teenage folk singer through his 40 year international career as a lauded classical tenor to his current incarnation as the Northwest Troubadour. The concert takes place at 1"30pm in the Naversen Room of the Jacksonville Library with a repeat performance at 3:30pm. Admission, $10. Reservations required. Tickets are now available on-line at www.historicjacksonville.org. Information and reservations at info@historicjacksonville.org or 541-245-3650.

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* 1932 Living History1932 Living History

Time: 10:30 am

Time travel to the Depression Era on Saturday, February 22, when Historic Jacksonville, Inc. invites you to become part of history during our Beekman House “1932 Living History” tours! Cornelius C. Beekman was the most prominent and wealthiest of Jacksonville’s pioneers. Join the cast of our 1932 “play,” interacting with historical interpreters portraying his adult children, Ben and Carrie Beekman, their Aunt Kate Hoffman, and former housekeeper Louise Minear, as they close up the family’s 1873 Jacksonville home, go through closets and cupboards, comment on Depression Era life, and share memories of growing up in the late 1800s. “Calling hours” are 10:30 am, 11:30 am, 1 pm, and 2 pm at the Beekman House Museum, located at 470 E. California Street in Jacksonville. Admission: $8, adults; $5, seniors/students.

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