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Gravestone & Monument Repair Workshop – Decorah, Iowa

May 29, 2015 - May 30, 2015

Decorah Genealogy Association is pleased to announce that Jonathan Appell (Premier monument conservator in the U.S.) will present a workshop near Decorah, Iowa on Friday 5/29 and Saturday 5/30. The workshop will be a hands-on, interactive event held at St. Kierans Cemetery. All who attend are welcome to help perform the work, photograph, or simply observe. 

For more information, call 563-382-8559 or 563-380-3375. Email inquiries: ddiggers@decorah.lib.ia.us

Cost: Friday only is $60; Saturday only is $60; Both days is $100

RSVP by May 1


May 29, 2015
May 30, 2015


Decorah Genealogy Association
202 Winnebago Street
Decorah, IA 52101
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