We love to share the stories of Yellowstone River Valley history! This year is unusual. All of our programs are being live-streamed and recorded by Community Seven TV and are available through Vimeo. We look forward, like of us, to live audiences down the road.
Thursday, March 19, High Noon
Ppostponed until 2021: A Montanan Through and Through: The Photographic Legacy of Barbara Van Cleve.
Barbara Van Cleve, Big Timber rancher and photographer.
Thursday, April 16, High Noon
POSTPONED UNTIL 2021: The Best Gift: Montana’s Carnegie Libraries
Kate Hampton, Montana State Historic Preservation Office
Thursday, May 21, High Noon
Only available on YouTube Live – No Live Audience.
Montana Poetry – Poems and Stories of Grace Stone Coates and Gwendolen Haste
Tami Haaland, former Montana State Poet Laureate
Thursday, June 18, High Noon
A Landscape of Vice: Montana’s Red-Light Districts
Crystal Alegria, Director of the Extreme History Project
Sponsored by Michelle and Conrad Caron
Thursday, July 16, High Noon
Indians, Amateurs, and Archaeologists: Artifact Collecting in Montana 1880-1950
Nancy Mahoney, Professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at MSU Bozeman
Thursday, August 20, High Noon
Postponed until 2021
Jeannette Rankin, first woman to serve in Congress
Performance by Mary Jane Bradbury
Victorian Mourning Customs: Remembering the Dead
Michelle Caron, Western Heritage Center volunteer
Thursday, November 19, High Noon (Filmed Only)
Evelyn Cameron: Montana Photographer
Cecelia Gavinsky, WHC Collections Manager
Thursday, December 3, High Noon (Filmed Only)
The “Wyoming Experiment”: Western Women, Propaganda, and the National Suffrage Movement.
Dr. Emily Arendt, Assistant professor of history at Montana State University Billings
Thursday, December 17, High Noon (Filmed Only)
Up in Smoke: Lucian Smith & the Billings Fire Department
Lauren Hunley, WHC Community Historian