Events » High Noon Lecture Series

 

Western Heritage Center, Billings (High Noon programs – 12pm-1pm)

Montana: High, Wide and Handsome - Sponsored by ExxonMobil

Thursday, February 28, High Noon at the Western Heritage Center

Copper King William A. Clark: A Verdrigis Legacy

Presented by: Author Bob Brock follows the trail of Copper King William Andrews Clark and chronicles his journey through America to learn Clark’s amazing story.

Sponsored by ExxonMobil

Thursday, March 21, High Noon at the Western Heritage Center  

Building a Place for Poultry in Montana: Harriette Cushman and Poultry Work in Montana

Presented by: Amy McKinney, professor of history at Northwest College in Powell, WY.

Sponsored by ExxonMobil

Thursday, April 4, High Noon at the Western Heritage Center

Chiwaalaatuaa: Narrative Drawing of the Crow Indians

Presented by: Dr. Timothy McCleary has been a professor of anthropology and history at Little Bighorn College, the Crow Indian Tribal College for over twenty-five years, serving eighteen of those years as Department Head of General Studies.

Sponsored by ExxonMobil

Thursday, April 18, High Noon at the Western Heritage Center

Confederates in Montana Territory: In the Shadow of Price's Army

Presented by: Ken Robison, historian at Overholser Historical Research Center in Fort Benton.  Author of several Montana history books.

Sponsored by ExxonMobil

Thursday, May 2, High Noon at the Western Heritage Center

How the Railroad Shaped the Town of Livingston, Montana

Presented by: Paul Shea, director of the Yellowstone Gateway Museum, Livingston

 

Community 7 TV Schedule:

Following the week of the noon-hour lecture, the program will air the next three weekends on Community 7 Friday at 5pm, Saturday at 4pm, and Sunday at 7am and 4pm. Programs are streamed live online at www.comm7tv.com.