By VALERIA FISHER
Adult Program Administrator, Warsaw Community Public Library
Round Barns in Indiana are a rarity in the 21st Century. These barns are a piece of the historical landscape of the Hoosier state. The round barn is a long forgotten ingenuity of a farming society that searched for innovative ways to improve their farming techniques.
Learn all about these barns, who built them, where they are located and so forth at Warsaw Community Public Library. The program starts at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 7.
Shirley Willard, Fulton County historian, will present this free program using a slide projector. Save a seat by registering at (574) 267-6011 or online at www.warsawlibrary.org