FISHERS — Conner Prairie has announced that effective this fall, a reimagining of the 20-year-old, award-winning Follow the North Star program will take effect.
“As Conner Prairie continuously strives to engage our audiences of all ages, we have decided to take this very important program and update it to reflect the learning and needs of today and tomorrow’s audiences,” said Norman Burns, president and CEO of Conner Prairie, in a press release. “After our recent designation being recognized as a Site of Conscience by the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience, we will be partnering with them to rework this program to meet its goals.”
Since 1974, Conner Prairie has been a destination where people can experience history in a way that books cannot teach. While the program is being reimagined, the fall presentation of Follow the North Star will be placed on hold this year.
Conner Prairie was recognized as Site of Conscience by the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience on Jan. 8, 2019.
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