Evening at the Museum

The society presents programs on local history one evening a month from March through December at the museum. It's a very successful program for area residents interested in local history. The museum director or knowledgeable volunteers about subjects of local interest present the programs.

The programs are held the second Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m.  in the museum at Fourth and Market streets. No charge for attendance. Freewill offerings are gladly accepted. 

March 13–Bryan Haynes: Local Artist With Many Historical Interpretations

April 10–Walt Larson: What is a Zither and Who Was Franz Schwarzer?

May 8–Cathie Schoppenhorst: A History of the Emmaus Home

June 12–Elizabeth Terry: "Ethnic St. Louis"

July 10–Sue Blesi: Franklin County Poor Farm

August 14–Steve Claggett: TBD

September 11–Christopher B. Hodges: "Colter's West Wind," a historical novel.

October 9–Bill Stewart: Trail of Tears

November 13–Suzanne Pautler: Past Times of Our Ancestors

December 11–Danielle Groteweil: Downtown Washington and Preservation