Guide:  David Schroder
Elkhart, Illinois
April 14 & April 21 Walks    
 ( fill-in and print)





1.  Your Name


Address                                                                                            Phone #: 


Town/State/Zip                                                                                Email


2.  Select your walk date and time   (Walks last approximately 1 to 1 ˝ hours.)


¨ Saturday, April 14, 2012 at 9:30 am               Number of people in your party

¨ Saturday, April 14, 2012 at 1:30 pm               Number of people in your party

¨ Saturday, April 21, 2012 at 9:30 am               Number of people in your party

¨ Saturday, April 21, 2012 at 1:30 pm               Number of people in your party

 All walks begin in historic downtown Elkhart.   (Limit 15 people per walk.) 


Cost is $7.50 for adults and $5.00 for children (12 and under). 


3.  Please call 217-947-2238 for reservations, changes, cancellations or questions. When you are confirmed, fill-in then download the form from the Elkhart Historical Society website.


Make checks payable to: Elkhart Historical Society.

Mail to:  Elkhart Historical Society, PO Box 255, Elkhart, IL 62634

You may also drop off your form and payment at Horsefeathers, Elkhart, IL


MAKE THIS A FAMILY WALK AND ENJOY THE BEAUTY OF SPRING TOGETHER!  Each person will receive a wildflower “bingo” card to learn the names of the flowers and keep track of the beautiful wildflowers they see on Elkhart Hill.  Children must be accompanied by an adult. 

AM walks meet at Blue Stem in downtown Elkhart starting at 9:00 am, PM walks, meet at

Horsefeathers at least ˝ hour before the walk.

The outing will be on foot. Walkers should dress for the weather, wear good walking shoes and bring insect repellent. Walks last approximately 90 minutes.



Further enhance your Wildflower Walk experience by reserving a seat

for the Dinner Lecture on April 13, 2012  at The Wild Hare Café.

The Wildflowers of Elkhart Hill”

Guest Lecturer:  David Schroder,

Retired Science Professor, Lincoln College and Master Gardener 


Sponsored by the Elkhart Historical Society.

 Visit our Web site for more information and reservation forms: