Saturday, May 17, 2014

In June, 1839 Theodore Turley built the first Latter-Day Saint home in Nauvoo.

Through the home does not remain, the spirit does.  Theodore Turley was representative of so many early settlers who planted roots deep in Nauvoo’s soil.  A unique opportunity to commemorate Theodore Turley’s efforts, as well as the efforts of the thousands of early saints who settled here.


Join us on Tuesday, June 24, 2014


  •  10:00 AM at the Turley Site (The corner of Hyde and Water Street) - Commemorative tree planting (more information available at visitors center) and talks by Richard Turley Jr. and Susan Easton Black Durrant.
  •  Lunch buffet at Nauvoo Café following 10:00 AM meeting.


Wednesday, June 25, 2014


  •  Morning tour with Susan Durrant, 9:00 AM, Women’s Garden, by Visitor’s Center.
  •  2:00 PM Endowment or Baptism Session at the Nauvoo Temple. (Meet in chapel or baptistery by 1:30 PM, temple clothes available to rent.) If there are baptisms from our group, we are requested to provide additional endowed adults for help in the baptistry.


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