April 18, 7:00pm
Historian Taylor Moyer, Henry County Historical Society, will speak on the history of Woodland natives living in the Northwest Territory. The talk will focus on their material culture, daily life, and struggles to maintain their identity while in conflict with the US military.
Saturday, February 23 at 2:00PM
Lenawee Historical Museum, 110 E. Church St., Adrian
Lenawee Historical Museum archivist, John Kuschell, will lead a discussion on a project he's researching titled "Lenawee Rocks the 60's." Local venues like the Devils Lake Pavilion, the Adrian Armory and teen clubs hosted thousands of area teenagers who danced to the music played by local, regional, national and international bands most every weekend in the 60's.
Share your own personal memories, and ask questions following a brief multi-media presentation.
The program is free and open to the public.
FREE seminar at Clinton arts Center to focus on strategies and tactics.
Sunday, February 17th: 2:00 PM
Clinton Arts Center, 115 W. Michigan Ave, Clinton, MI.
Alexis Braun Marks, the Archivist for Eastern Michigan University will lead this seminar and discussion on researching and preserving family history.
Ms. Braun-Marks is joined by Dr. Brown-Chappell who began her family research in 1988 and continues to the present. She will share the challenges and success she experienced as she researched her family history.
Mr. Lennard will return to the Clinton Arts Center adding his experience bringing family history alive at the Lenawee Historical Museum. Telling the story of family history shapes and creates our not only ourselves and family, but also our community.
Learn more: www.clintonartscenter.org/events/preserving-family-memories-strategies-and-tactics/