From The Tribune Staff Reports
TRUSSVILLE — The Trussville Historical Society has announced the President of Mountain Stewards will be doing a presentation at the Trussville Civic Center on Saturday, October 30 at 1 p.m.
During the restrictive COVID-19 pandemic months, Wells and his wife wrote their second book, Deciphering the Signs, Sacred Indian Trees and Places.
“This book opens the door to what has been hidden and provides interesting new ways for interpreting Indian culture, including the use of dowsing,” Wells said. “Some of our methods are supra-normal, which does invite skepticism. However, if you are interested in knowing about Indian culture, then come listen to Don’s talk on achieving unprecedented results in locating, documenting, and helping to preserve Indian culture.”
To learn more about his Trail Tree Project, visit their website, www.mountainstewards.org.
The event is free, but attendance is by reservation only since space is limited. Wearing a mask is always acceptable behavior for everyone’s safety. If you would like to attend, please email Dianne Dempsey at dempseydd02@gmail to make a reservation. Hope to see you there!