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Brown County Hour - Episode 3

From: WFHB
Series: Brown County Hour
Length: 58:31

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In this holiday edition of the Brown County Hour: Our friends at the Brown County History Center share sensory soundscapes and local stories of yuletide of yore; Coachlight Musical Theater namechecks local businesses in a live recording of their show "Our Brown County Christmas"; A roundtable discussion with local social service agencies lending a hand to our neighbors in need; Slats Klug belts out a very Brown County version of "The Twelve Days of Christmas"; Susan Showalter visits with renowned wildlife artist Bill Zimmerman; Nature correspondent Kaylee Witt talks turkey with naturalist Jim Eagleman; Storyteller Steve Miller helps an elderly couple who lived by the simple truths of nature, on a Christmas Eve in the 1970s.

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In this holiday edition of the Brown County Hour:

Our friends at the Brown County History Center share sensory soundscapes and local stories of yuletide of yore; Coachlight Musical Theater namechecks local businesses in a live recording of their show "Our Brown County Christmas"; A roundtable discussion with local social service agencies lending a hand to our neighbors in need; Slats Klug belts out a very Brown County version of "The Twelve Days of Christmas"; Susan Showalter visits with renowned wildlife artist Bill Zimmerman; Nature correspondent Kaylee Witt talks turkey with naturalist Jim Eagleman; Storyteller Steve Miller helps an elderly couple who lived by the simple truths of nature, on a Christmas Eve in the 1970s.

The Brown County Hour comes to you from the legendary Hills o' Brown where the plum purple haze, the one nature herself drapes in the hills and hollers, inspires local characters, artists, and nature lovers. It’s as though the hills themselves conspired to create a beauty and a culture in the heart of Indiana. Sit for a spell and hear the music, the tall tales, the true stories, and the current goin's on brought to you by folks who still know how to sit by a fire in winter and swim buck naked in summer...

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In this holiday edition of the Brown County Hour:

Our friends at the Brown County History Center share sensory soundscapes and local stories of yuletide of yore; Coachlight Musical Theater namechecks local businesses in a live recording of their show "Our Brown County Christmas"; A roundtable discussion with local social service agencies lending a hand to our neighbors in need; Slats Klug belts out a very Brown County version of "The Twelve Days of Christmas"; Susan Showalter visits with renowned wildlife artist Bill Zimmerman; Nature correspondent Kaylee Witt talks turkey with naturalist Jim Eagleman; Storyteller Steve Miller helps an elderly couple who lived by the simple truths of nature, on a Christmas Eve in the 1970s.

The Brown County Hour comes to you from the legendary Hills o' Brown where the plum purple haze, the one nature herself drapes in the hills and hollers, inspires local characters, artists, and nature lovers. It’s as though the hills themselves conspired to create a beauty and a culture in the heart of Indiana. Sit for a spell and hear the music, the tall tales, the true stories, and the current goin's on brought to you by folks who still know how to sit by a fire in winter and swim buck naked in summer...

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