Thursday, December 15 LLCGS Monthly Meeting
American Family Folkways: Their Origins  
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
First Lutheran Church, 1551 S 70th St., Lincoln
Our LLCGS Holiday Heritage Celebration
 
Invite family and friends to join us for evening of; 
Catered Ethnic treats
Piano music by Sinda Dux
and a presentation by DrBenjamin Rader, UNL professor emeritus on 
American Family Folkways: Their Origins
A brief examination of the European origins of American folkways and how these were distributed regionally in America.
Benjamin Rader  Profile Photo
Why do we have the languages, traditions, customs that we have?  
Dr. Rader is writing his family story and has researched the folkways of many ethnic groups, the chronology of when they came to the U.S. and where they chose to settle.



 
 

                           
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Wednesday, Dec. 7th
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Sunday, Dec. 11th
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Thursday, Dec. 15th
American Folkways: Their Origins
Holiday Heritage Celebration Thursday, Dec. 15 at 7:00p.m.   Invite family and friends to join us for evening of Catered Ethnic treats Piano music by Sinda Dux and a presentation by Dr. Benjamian Rader, UNL professor emeritus on  American Family Folkways: Their Origins A brief examination of the European origins of American folkways ...
Friday, Dec. 16th
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Third Wednesday Discussion Group
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