422 West Sandusky Street Findlay, Ohio

Brown Bag Lectures

Scheduled for the first Thursday of each month on a variety of topics relevant to Hancock County and Ohio.

Bag lunches are available for purchase. Includes sandwich, chips, cookie and a drink. Guests who wish to purchase a lunch should call the museum at (419) 423-4433 with their order by 9am Thursday morning. Guests who are purchasing a lunch are encouraged to arrive by 11:45am. Lectures will begin at noon.

Date Topic and Presenter
February 1 “Samurai Culture in Japanese War Tales” – Dr. Ryoko Okamura
March 1 “Eagle Creek Historical Organization” – Don Steinman
April 5 “Victorian Hair Art” – Milena Velez & Lindsey Demaree – in conjunction with the University of Findlay’s Master of Rhetoric & Writing Program
May 3 “50 Years Later: The Tet Offensive” – Dr. Dwayne Beggs
June 7 “Vintage Clothing” – Teresa Clark
July NO LECTURE – Ice Cream Social on July 4th
August 2 “Chief Black Hoof” – Rusty Cottrel
September 6  “Preservation Practices in England: What I Learned this Summer” – Joy Bennett
October 4 “History of the National Park System” – Dr. Kathy Mason
November 1 “Superman’s 80th Anniversary: Celebrating an American Icon” – Dr. Chuck Coletta
December 6 “Christmas in Popular Culture and in Myths, Icons, Rituals, Stereotypes and Heroes” – Dr. Matt Donahue