The Downtown Bainbridge Living History Tour is tomorrow (Friday, November 14). This entertaining event features 12 local actors who are portraying fascinating people who once lived, worked, and played in Bainbridge but have since passed away. Each actor will spend a few minutes portraying their character as spectators move in groups from location to location around Willis Park. The Living History Tour begins at 5:30 p.m. in Willis Park. Tours will begin about every 15 minutes and each tour will take approximately an hour. What a fun way to learn about the history of Bainbridge and its well-known citizens!
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