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Virtual Events

"Book Bites" - John Odin Jensen discusses "Stories from the Wreckage: A Great Lakes Maritime History Inspired by Shipwrecks"

Jan 20 :: Online Webinar ::
Join us on on the WHS Press Facebook page for a new year of live book talks exploring all things Wisconsin!
Virtual Events

Online event - Journaling and Memoir Writing with Jerry Apps

Jan 27 :: Online Webinar ::
McMillan Memorial Library welcomes Jerry Apps to discuss memoir writing, journaling, and his new book The Old Timer Says
Genealogy Workshop

Organizing, Analyzing and Writing Your Family History

Jan 30 :: Online Webinar ::
This presentation will help you to get your research into a project that can be easily shared with all family members.
Virtual Events

"Book Bites" - Thomas Pecore Weso discusses "Good Seeds: A Menominee Indian Food Memoir"

Feb 3 :: Online Webinar ::
Join us on on the WHS Press Facebook page for a new season of live book talks exploring all things Wisconsin!
Author Appearance

The Man Who Painted the Universe: The Story of a Planetarium in the Heart of the North Woods

Feb 9 :: Online Webinar ::
Discover the story of Frank Kovac Jr. and the Northwoods Planetarium he built through his passion of the cosmos.
Virtual Events

"Book Bites" - Michael Stevens discusses "The Making of Pioneer Wisconsin: Voices of Early Settlers"

Feb 17 :: Online Webinar ::
Join us on on the WHS Press Facebook page for a new season of live book talks exploring all things Wisconsin!
Virtual Events

"Book Bites" - Kurt Dietrich discusses "Wisconsin Riffs: Jazz Profiles from the Heartland"

Mar 3 :: Online Webinar ::
Join us on on the WHS Press Facebook page for a new season of live book talks exploring all things Wisconsin!
Genealogy Workshop

The Lives and Times of Our German Speaking Ancestors

Mar 6 :: Online Webinar ::
This event is co-sponsored by the Friends of the Max Kade Institute for German American Studies
Virtual Events

"Book Bites" - Richard Pifer discusses The Great War Comes to Wisconsin: Sacrifice, Patriotism, and Free Speech in a Time of Crisis

Mar 17 :: Online Webinar ::
Join us on on the WHS Press Facebook page for a new season of live book talks exploring all things Wisconsin!
Virtual Events

"Book Bites" - Scott Spoolman discusses Wisconsin State Parks: Extraordinary Stories of Geology and Natural History

Apr 7 :: Online Webinar ::
Join us on on the WHS Press Facebook page for a new season of live book talks exploring all things Wisconsin!