Owl Creek Gazette Presents Third Annual “Exposium” Saturday

The Owl Creek Gazette will present their Third Annual Self Reliance Exposium Saturday, April 16 at the St. Lawrence Catholic Church Hall in Greenville. Doors to the event open at 8:30 a.m. and a full day of seminars and activities will be offered.

The event is organized by Don and Jan Stover of Greenville. Jan Stover told WGEL the new name for this year’s event is a combination of the words “Expo”, which their first event was, and “Symposium”, which was the format of their second event.

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Stover said they have a packed schedule throughout the day, covering topics such as “living small”, midwifery, hiking, and much more. The keynote speaker is Adam Turtle, cofounder of Earth Advocates Research Farm.

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Tickets to the Owl Creek Gazette’s Self Reliance Exposium are $30 for adults and $10 for kids 12 and under. Tickets purchased in advance include lunch. Tickets are available at the door but will not include lunch.

There is one aspect of the Exposium that is open to the general public, with no ticket requirement; a seed swap. The seed swap will be coordinated by staff from the seed library, part of the public library in Effingham, IL:

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For more information or tickets to the Owl Creek Gazette’s Third Annual Self Reliance Exposium, visit OwlCreekGazette.com.

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