Annual Winter Lecture Series
January – April
**Please Note: Due to government capacity restrictions, we are limited to 50 people attending the lectures in person. Please follow the registration link to RSVP to the lecture. Most lectures will also be streamed via Facebook Live.
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Lectures that will not be broadcast via Facebook Live and will ONLY be available in person at the museum:
- “The Mackinac Bridge, Then and Now” by Kim Nowack, Executive Secretary/CEO
- “The Wright Brothers: The Power of Persistence” by Cameron S. Brown, Former State Senator
- “The History of the Assembly Line” by Don LaCombe, Automotive Historian
The Museum’s annual Lecture Series is a highly anticipated event! Every Sunday afternoon at 3pm starting January 17, 2021 through April, museum guests can enjoy a different guest lecturer each weekend speaking on a variety of intriguing topics. Admission to each lecture is included with regular museum admission or $5.00 per person if you do not wish to tour the museum before or after the lecture. Lecture series admission is FREE to Museum Members.
Have a topic idea that you’d like to present at a future series? Please email our Director of Education, Fred Colgren.
Past Lecture Series
Winter 2018 Schedule: Discovering the World on Wheels