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Architecture of Henry Frazier Walking Tour

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Put on your walking shoes and join us as we hit the pavement! Venture out with a local Nappanee Center museum guide and take a walking tour of Nappanee’s rich history.

Learn more about the gentleman who designed parts downtown, homes, and factories in Nappanee. Henry Frazier started out as a school teacher but soon found his calling in architecture. This tour will highlight Henry’s life and his work in Nappanee that has been mentioned in other Hit the Pavement in Historic Nappanee Tours. Participants will even have the opportunity to go inside the Frank and Katherine Coppes Home.

Walking Tours are also available on the PocketSights app!

Tours start and end at Nappanee Public Library.

This event is open to adults. Please register using the link below by 10 am on May 4th.


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