Peru State’s Trails and Tales Tour Set for June
(Peru, Neb.) Reservations are now being accepted for Peru State College’s (PSC) popular Trails and Tales program, which features a five-day chartered bus excursion to historic locales across Nebraska. The tour will begin Monday, June 21 and conclude Friday, June 26.
Titled A Journey into Nebraska’s Past, this year’s Trails and Tales journey will take participants to places like Mormon Winter Quarters, Fort Hartsuff, Fort Robinson and Chimney Rock. For those interested in the state’s literary history, the tour also includes stops at the John G. Neihardt Center, Mari Sandoz Center and Willa Cather Home.
Organized and hosted by Dr. Sara Crook, PSC professor of history, and Dr. Dan Holtz, PSC professor of English, the trip is open to students, alumni and the general public.
Cost for the trip, which includes transportation, meals, accommodations and entry fees for various sites, is $740 for double occupancy and $875 for single occupancy. Undergraduate and graduate credit hours in history and English can be arranged through PSC.
Reservations for the trip can be made through Thursday, April 1. Space is limited, so early registration is advised.
For additional information on the 2010 Trails and Tales Tour: A Journey Into Nebraska’s Past or to reserve a spot, contact Krystal Nolte, alumni and development coordinator at 402-872-2304, email@example.com or The Peru State College Foundation, P.O. Box 10, Peru, NE 68421-0010.