Feb 6 :: Student Center, NWTC Marinette Campus :: Marinette
Author Michael Edmonds will discuss how America changed forever during the summer of 1964.
Feb 11 :: Attic Angel Place :: Middleton
Hear stories about free spirits from Wisconsin's past and why they're worth reading about today.
Feb 19 :: Wisconsin Historical Museum :: Madison
Author Muriel Simms shares stories of some of Madison's early African American families.
Feb 21 :: Waupaca Historical Society :: Waupaca
Step back to the day when a visit to the gas station meant service with a smile, a wash of the windshield, and the cheerful question, "Fill 'er up?"
Apr 6 :: Woodson History Center :: Wausau
"Bottoms Up" celebrates Wisconsin's taverns and the breweries that fueled them.
Apr 17 :: Brookfield Public Library :: Brookfield
Examine Wisconsin's response to World War I one hundred years ago with author Richard Pifer.
Apr 18 :: Neville Public Museum :: Green Bay
Explore how and why people in the nation's heartland worshiped, feared, studied, hunted, ate and protected the birds that surrounded them.
Apr 18 :: Graham Public Library :: Union Grove
Author Michael E. Stevens offers a unique and intimate glimpse into the lives of Wisconsin's early settlers.
May 8 :: Menomonee Falls Public Library :: Menomonee Falls
Join author Matthew Prigge to uncover the little-remembered and rarely told history of the underbelly of a Midwestern metropolis.
May 11 :: Woodson History Center :: Wausau
Unlock some of the mysteries of Aztalan with author Robert Birmingham.