Finney County Historical Museum’s free, Brown Bag Lunch history lecture series takes place at noon on the second Wednesday each month.
Sessions for the remainder of 2018 are scheduled for Sept. 12, Oct. 10 and Nov. 14.
The museum will provide beverages and dessert. Patrons may bring their lunch.
Admission is free, with access through the north museum entrance.
Brown Bag Lunch noon presentations include:
Taking Care of Your Health, offered Sept. 12 by Alicia Gian Maciulis, managing owner of Roots Juice and Co. Wellness Studio
A session Oct. 10 by Katie Herrick, Johnson City, director of the Stanton County Historical Museum. Herrick will offer advice on what to do with objects and articles accumulated over a lifetime. Her presentation entitled “Your Kids Don’t Want Your Stuff and Neither Does the Museum.”
The concluding noon program in the fall segment, “Self-Publishing Your Family History,” will be conducted on Nov. 14 by Jay Cook, Garden City, an accomplished genealogy researcher and author.