history on the side
Each month we feature an hour-long documentary or performance to be enjoyed over lunch. Bring your own bag lunch or purchase lunch from Bixby’s, the Museum’s restaurant.
Mothers of Invention
Tuesday, March 12 * Noon * AT&T Foundation Multipurpose Room * Free
In this History Channel production, meet the inventive women whose stories and creations have been overshadowed by the exploits of their male counterparts.
Angel of Ahlem
Tuesday, April 9 * Noon * AT&T Foundation Multipurpose Room * Free
When the U.S. Army 84th Infantry liberated the Ahlem-Hanover concentration camp in 1945, Vernon Tott, a 20-year-old soldier from Iowa, felt compelled to document the horror. Fifty years later, Vernon set out to find the men he photographed.
Civil War Tech
Tuesday, May 14 * Noon * AT&T Foundation Multipurpose Room * Free
At a time when the nation was divided, Civil War technology, including the machine gun and the first aircraft carrier, revolutionized the way war was waged.
This event is free and open to the public.
All event information is provided by the sponsoring organization.
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