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A celebration of Pocatello and East Idaho’s past is set for May 20 and 21.
As part of Idaho Archaeology and Preservation Month, the Pocatello Historic Preservation Commission, the Idaho Museum of Natural History, and the Idaho State University Department of History will present “Our Legacy, Our Future.” The two-day event will feature over a dozen talks on the people, places, and events that have helped shape Pocatello and the surrounding area.
“We’ll be taking a look at the names of the streets that crisscross our city, a history of Pocatello High School, and in-depth look at the life and efforts Frank Paradice who’s responsible for many of the iconic buildings around the Gate City, and more” said Terri Neu, Staff Liaison for the Pocatello Historic Preservation Commission. “Whether you’re a history buff or just looking to know a little more about where you live, this event will surely spark your interest.”
Both days get started at 9:30 a.m. in the Wood River Room at the Pond Student Union Building on the Idaho State University Campus.
The talks are free and open to the public and for more information, visit pocatello.us/DocumentCenter/View/2737.