Corn~A truly a-maizing Plant!
Join us for a fun campfire talk in the great outdoors! Campfire Talks are a series of educational & entertaining programs located in the great outdoors. Campfire programs are held many Friday & Saturday evenings (May –October) in DeSoto State Park.
Join geographer Kelly Gregg in a casual discussion of the origins of Native American corn, how it shaped American culture and cuisine, and how it went on to help feed the world!” Free & open to the public, bring the family along for fresh popcorn!
Seating is limited, so bring your own comfortable camp chair if you wish.
Date: October 12, 2019
Time: 7:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
Where: DeSoto State Park’s Campfire Ring in the Improved Campground (next to site 93, gate will open to the public)
(In case of inclement weather will be located in Nature Center)
Call 256.997.5025 OR email for details.