Bob Przybylski To Share 'Settling In' Excerpts At Castle Museum

Q-TV producer and director will be at the Castle Museum Tuesday, April 26 at noon.

Settling In producer/director Bob Przybylski

Settling In producer/director Bob Przybylski

Delta College’s Q-TV producer and director Robert Przybylski will be at the Castle Museum of Saginaw County History to share excerpts from Q-TV's history documentary, Settling In: Immigrants & Cultures That Built Mid-Michigan, Tuesday, April 26 at noon.

The film highlights the importance of immigration to this region and how diverse ethnic groups thrived amidst the challenges of starting a new life in a strange and unfamiliar land.

Settling In producers Robert Przybylski and Christine Santiago Drake are the same team who created previous Q-TV history documentaries including Tracks Through Time and the Emmy-nominated film The Korean War: Voices from the 38th Parallel.

This event is open to the public and free with paid museum admission. Guests may bring their own lunch or enjoy the light refreshments provided by the Castle Museum.

For more information, please contact Alexandria Jones, marketing and events coordinator, at (989) 752-2861 ext. 315 or go to www.castlemuseum.org.

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