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148 - Colorful Characters of the Bear River Region
July 17 - July 21
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM
Cost - $40.00
ENGR 101


Explore the colorful characters who have helped shape the Bear River Region's culture then and now. The fabric of Cache Valley and the surrounding area was influenced by a diverse group: from Shoshone Indians to Bear Lake trader Peg Leg Smith; from the Dr. Pierce, the millionaire medical quack to the musicians; and from settlers who were saints and others who were sinners. They all played a part. This class highlights some classic contributions of historical figures and residents who are making history today.

Course Instructor: Julie Hollist Terrill is the director of the Cache Valley Visitors Bureau. She holds a masters degree in journalism and communications from Utah State University, loves new adventures and is a sought-after speaker and instructor. She has taught as an adjunct professor at Utah State University and you're just as likely to find her at the rodeo as at the opera. She loves summer citizens and can't wait to share some of the area's history with you.
julie@explorelogan.com