Brown Bag Lecture Series at Penticton Museum & Archives

Tuesday, December 7, 2021     12:00 PM

Penticton Museum and Archives, 785 Main Street, Penticton Locate on the map

The Brown Bag Lecture Series is held every Tuesday at lunchtime (noon to 1 pm) from September to April. Each week a guest lecturer speaks about a subject in their area of expertise. Topics include local history, travel, culture, and natural history.
Everyone is welcome to bring their lunches with them. Coffee, tea, and confections are provided.
Admission is by recommended donation of $2 per adult and $1 for children
September 28 – Snakes of the Okanagan (Lori Goldman)
October 5 – W.J. Snodgrass: Promoter and “Duke of Okanagan Falls” (Karen Collins)
October 12 – G.H.E Hudson: Photographer in the Okanagan (Mary Read)
October 19 – Monitoring Migration at Vaseux Lake Bird Observatory (Matthias Bieber and Anna Skurikhina)
October 26 – Okanagan Trails and Transportation (Randy Manuel)
November 2 – A Portrait of the Depression in Canada (Jon Bartlett and Rika Ruebsaat)
November 9 – Indigenous Publishing House (Ann Doyon)
November 16 – Kathleen Ellis: Nurse from Penticton (Ethel Warbinek)
November 23 – First Things First (Margaret Holm and Jim Beattie)
November 30 – The State of Cycling in Penticton (Matt Hopkins)
December 7 – TBD


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