May 2 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Mary Antoine shares history and folklore from Wisconsin's frontier as recounted by community chronicler Albert Coryer at the turn of the 20th century.

May 16 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Discover how a 1917 bombing in Milwaukee impacted American justice for years to follow with author and lawyer Dean A. Strang.

Jun 6 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Professor David Hoeveler shares how John Bascom's time as president of the University of Wisconsin laid the intellectual foundations of the Wisconsin Idea.

Jun 13 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Learn about the rise and fall of America's pastime at the University of Wisconsin with author Steven D. Schmitt .

Jun 20 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Society curator Leslie Bellais will explore how various wedding traditions emerged and why they have fossilized into the wedding rituals experienced today.

Jun 27 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Learn how a husband and wife team helped establish new ways to think about habitat conservation and saved the greater prairie chicken from extinction.

Jul 11 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Former State Architect Dan Stephans will share the history of the art visible throughout the Wisconsin State Capitol.

Jul 18 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Author Melanie McManus recounts her 1,100 mile journey thru-hiking the Ice Age Trail.

Jul 25 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Author Bob Kann share tales from the life of Lizzie Kander, celebrating the life of Milwaukee's early 20th century culinary wonder

Aug 1 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison

Former Capitol Preservation Architect Charles Quagliana will highlight architect George B. Post's career and the major Capitol design attributes.


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