The Carrabelle History Museum is hosting an engaging, free program about steamboats and steamships in Carrabelle and along the Forgotten Coast on Saturday, November 18, 10 am -12 pm. It will be held at the Franklin County Senior Center, 201 Avenue F in Carrabelle, FL. Discover an era when steamships were a vital part of transportation, communication, relationships and commerce. From before the civil war till the 1930's steam operated vessels moved commerce and people all around this area. Learn about the different types of steamers and hear the songs that reflect life during the age of Florida steamboats. This program features historical interpreters Ken Horne and Gibby Conrad. Ken Horne is a walking fountain of knowledge about Florida history & folk lore, a skilled artisan in the making of primitive tools and a talented musician. He is a teacher in Leon County and a former educator for the Florida History Museum. Gibby Conrad is a pioneer of ecotourism on the Apalachicola Estuary, a lifelong student of Gulf Coast maritime history and a former museum educator. He has conducted tours on the Apalachicola River and Bay for over 10 years. Don't miss this special free program! For more information, contact at 850-697-2141 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Presented by the Carrabelle History Museum. Funding in part by the Franklin County Tourist Development Council.