Our public speaker programs are live-streamed and recorded by Community Seven TV and are available through Vimeo at Community Seven TV.  https://vimeo.com/channels/1066985

We look forward to live audiences. Our first two spring programs in March and April will be filmed only.  We are expecting to have a limited size live audience starting in May.

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High Noon – Thursdays (2021)

March 18, Noon: Why is this Stuff So Interesting? (Film Only). Kristin Martin, Program Coordinator, Museum of World Treasures, Wichita, Kansas.

April 15, Noon: Susie Walking Bear Yellowtail and the History of Health and Healing on the (Apsaalooke) Crow Reservation (Film Only). Brianna Theobald, Assistant Professor of History, University of Rochester, New York.

May 27, Noon: (Live) What’s New at the Montana Heritage Center. Meet Molly Kruckenberg, Director, Montana Historical Society, Helena.

June 24, Noon: (Live) All About Bats: Celebrating Pollinators’ Week. Megan O’Reilly, wildlife biologist with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks in Billings, Montana.

July 15, Noon: (Live) A Montanan Through and Through: The Photographic Legacy of Barbara Van CleveBarbara Van Cleve, Big Timber photographer and rancher.

August 19, Noon: (Live) Life of the Afterlife in the Big Sky State: A History of Montana’s Cemeteries.  Ellen Baumler, interpretive historian at the Montana Historical Society, Helena.

September 2, Noon: (Live) Jim Bridger: Trailblazer of the American West.  Dr. Jerry Enzler, historian from Iowa and recipient of the William J. Petersen/Edgar R. Harlan Lifetime Achievement Award for significant contributions to Iowa history.

September 16, Noon: (Film Only) And Yet They PersistedMary Jane Bradbury, historian and performer  –  Sponsored by Humanities Montana. (VIDEO ONLY – NO LIVE PERFORMANCE)

November 4, Noon: (Live) Montana Monsters: Exploring the Roots of Cryptozoology in Montana. Lauren Hunley, Community Historian, Western Heritage Center.

December 16, Noon: (Live) The Brownings & Billings African-American Community.  Heather Torrence, Museum Research Assistant, Western Heritage Center.