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Kittitas County Historical Museum Evening Lecture Series

The Kittitas County Historical Museum hosts an annual evening lecture series with topics from all across the state. Each lecture scheduled to begin at 6:00pm and to end at approximately 7:30pm.

This year we will be scheduling speakers on a variety of interesting topics both locally and from the Humanities Washington 2017-2018 Speakers Bureau. Each lecture is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served. This lecture series will certainly be one not to miss!

Our 2017 Evening Lecture Series includes the following speakers:

April 13, 2017: Kelsey Doncaster: "Dynamite, Draglines and the Unexplained Cracking of a Pressure Tunnel: Building the Kittitas Division of the Yakima Project" (recorded; click for video)

May 11, 2017: Feliks Banel: "Diamonds in the Ether: Tuning In to Northwest Radio History"

September 21, 2017: Mick Qualls, "The Life and Times of Ben Snipes" (recorded; click to visit our Facebook page for video)

October 12, 2017: David George Gordon: "Sasquatch: Man-Ape or Myth?"

November 2, 2017: Lorraine McConaghy: "Washington at War: The Evergreen State in World War I"

    The 2018 series is currently being scheduled. Stay tuned for more information!

    FEATURED VIDEOS -- For more videos, check out our YouTube channel.

    KCHM Lecture "Geology of Kittitas County" Part I

    KCHM Lecture "Means, Motivation, and Opportunity" Part I

    Keep checking back for more information.
    --- All lectures are subject to change ---

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