In Fayette, at the Historical Pleasant View Union Cemetery, the Bean Creek Valley History Center will be holding their annual Lantern Tour on September 22.
Located at 298 Walnut Street in Fayette, the tour will begin at 6:30 p.m. sharp, with a cost of five dollars. Money will be collected at the cemetery prior to the tour.
Pleasant View Union Cemetery began as a family burial ground owned by John Gamber, which was expanded to the local area in 1852.
The first burial in the cemetery is believed to begin as early as 1836. Along with hearing the dense history of the cemetery, the guided tour will take you through the whole cemetery and share stories of long ago citizens.
Following the tour, refreshments will be available.