Cherrie Beam-Callaway has been a storyteller and educational speaker for 36 years. She is one of the most requested Humanities speakers and travels statewide having taught over 100,000 children and adults. She is a 5th generation Nebraskan with twelve sets of family, which includes 5 sets of grandparents that homesteaded in western Nebraska. One of her fondest childhood memories is staying in her grandparents sod house.
Come here Cherrie as she performs and storytells what it was like to be a Nebraska settler in the late 1800s: Tuesday, July 17 at 6pm at the Oshkosh Wesleyan Church (white steel Church building west of town on Hwy 26). Open and free to the public! (Appropriate for 3rd grade through adult).