Michiana Anabaptist Historians will host a public meeting on Saturday, March 24, beginning with coffee at 8:30 a.m.
The program will focus on what it was that attracted settlers to the Shipshewana area of LaGrange County in the mid-1880s. Presentations will be made by Al Yoder and Floyd Miller, and there will be time for questions.
Admittance is free and all are welcome to attend the meeting at Emma Mennonite Church. The church is located at 1900S 600W in Topeka, two miles south of US 20 on CR 600W.
For more information, call Helene Hoover at 574-522-7430.