McLean County Museum of History plans to take a walk back through history.
Every year the Evergreen Cemetary Walk brings voices of McLean County's history to life. Costumed actors portraying individuals representing different lives from the county's past.
The event has served over 3,500 people featuring more than 170 different people from past times. Telling stories, illustrating how they impacted Central Illinois says Candace Summers.
The Evergreen Cemetary Walk will be introducing 8 individuals that have a history in Central Illinois dating all the way back from the 1800s. People who began settling the land, people from Illinois State University, aiding Abraham Lincoln, leading agricultural innovations, and some circus performers.
More characters will be introduced at the event this October 6th and 7th taking place on 302 East Miller Street in Bloomington. The times for the shows are 11 am and 2 pm for both days. You can call the McLean County Museum of History at 309-827-0428 or visit www.mchistory.org for more information.