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Hancock Historical Museum Brown Bag Lecture

June 6 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Enlighten your lunch hour!

Join the Hancock Historical Museum for on the first Thursday of the month at noon, unless otherwise indicated, for a lectures based on local history.

Lectures are free for Museum members and the cost of regular admission for nonmembers. Please call the Museum at (419)423-4433 with questions.

January – NO LECTURE – CLOSED
February 1 – Teresa Lambert, “I’m With the Banned: Banned Books”
March 7 – Tom Davis, “Police Vehicles Through the Decades”
April 4 – Fred Steiner, “Four Guys Walk into a Bluffton Bank…”
May 2 – Matt Wiederhold, “The Emotional Perspective of Preservation”
June 6 – Ohio Humanities, “70th Anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education”
July – NO LECTURE
August 1 – Robert Chidester, “Urban Archaeology”
September 5 – Heather Schalk, “Impacting Decades of Volunteering at Blanchard Valley Health System”
October 3 – Joshua Rex, “Edgar A. Poe’s Elusive Search for Home”
November 7 – Chuck Coletta, “Next Stop The Twilight Zone: Rod Sterling’s Enduring Television Classic”
December 5 – Reginald Routson, “The Failed History of Drug Enforcement”

Venue

Hancock Historical Museum
422 W. Sandusky S
Findlay, OH 45840 United States
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