Feb 3 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Join author and investigative reporter for WISC-TV, Adam J. Schrager, as he discusses his book, "The Sixteenth Rail."

Feb 17 - Feb 17 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Trace the story of Wisconsin's first "bicycling boom" from 1869 through the 1890s with Jesse Gant, authors of the book "Wheel Fever."

Mar 3 - Mar 3 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Historian Erika Janik shares how home economics and the power of radio turned rural women from farm laborers into full-time housewives and consumers.

Mar 17 - Mar 17 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Amy Gnadt, Curator at the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, shares how a set of the company's pivotal pictures went unseen for nearly one hundred years.

Apr 7 - Apr 7 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Curator Leslie Bellais examines the evidence behind a bedspread in Wisconsin Historical Society’s collections purported to be from Lincoln’s deathbed.

Apr 21 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Discover how the Badger State Trail evolved from a rail line to one of the premier Wisconsin state trails.

May 19 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Trace Juliette Kinzie's grueling 17-day journey in 1831 that took her through the Wisconsin territory to Chicago with historian Frank Court.

Jun 2 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Learn about the National Bike Challenge, which began on a whiteboard in Neenah and has grown into a national challenge with thousands of participants.

Jun 16 - Jun 16 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Author June Melby explores the unexpected beginnings of the whimsical sport of miniature golf.

Jul 7 - Jul 7 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Explore the life of Gaylord Nelson, founder of Earth Day, with author Bill Christofferson.


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