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Mennonite Center to hold dinner and tour

Historic architecture will be featured at the annual Center for Mennonite Brethren Studies dinner program at 6:30 p.m. April 28 in Franz Heritage Hall of Shari Flaming Center for the Arts.

Keith Sprunger, a history professor at Bethel College in Newton, will present his research and insights into historic architecture in Kansas.

Cost for the event is $18.

Prior to the dinner, CMBS will lead a heritage tour from 11:45 a.m. to 5 p.m., beginning at the historic church on the Tabor campus. Cost is $35 and includes a light faspa lunch. Historic sites to be visited include Gnadenau, Ebenfeld, Alexanderwohl, Brudertal, Johannestal, and Hillsboro M.B. Church’s first baptismal site in 1881.

A Tabor centennial book, “A Century of Transformation: 1908-2008,” is available for purchase, plus a DVD/CD featuring memorable Tabor College music and scans of all Tabor Bluejay annuals for a package price of $25.

Reservations are due April 23. To make reservations, obtain more information, or order the package, contact or (620) 947-3121, Ext. 1211 or 1212.

Last modified April 12, 2018