Free Summer Patio Talks at the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center

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June 29-30, 2019 / July 6-7, 13-14, 20-21, 27-28, 2019 / August 3-4, 10-11, 17-18, 24-25, 31, 2019 / September 1, 2019

Price

FREE

Times

1 p.m.

Location

National Historic Trails Interpretive Center

Address

1501 N Poplar St Casper, WY 82601

Contact

Jason Vlcan

Description

Summer Patio Talks at the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center

June 29 – Dave Jamiel – Myth Busters: Blazing Overland Wagon Roads Across the Great American Desert
June 30 – Bruce Berst – Dr. Dumas: Traveling Medicine Show

July 6 – Jerry Lucas – Snap Shots in One Place: A Look at Scotts Bluff NM
July 7 – Reid Miller – The First Trans-Continental Railroad

July 13 – Jean Smart – Life of a Woman Homesteader
July 14 – Con Trumbull – The Life and Times of Caspar Collins

July 20 – Nic Skalick – Are We There Yet: A Family’s Tale from the Trail
July 21 – Bruce Berst – Men’s Pioneer Clothing: Flairs and Fashion

July 27 – Kylie McCormick – Wyoming Women and Our State Flag
July 28 – Merchant Family – Pioneer Music: Ana, Rachel and Friends

August 3 – Jerry Lucas – The Other Side of the River: Similarities and Differences of the Trek along the Mormon Trail
August 4 – Mike Bardgett – Wild Bill Hickok: “The Dead Man’s Hand”

August 10 – Jean Smart – Women’s Pioneer Clothing: Bizarre and Beautiful
August 11 – Nita Tallent – Strangers on the High Plains: Non-native Plants in the American West

August 17 – Les Bennington – String of Stations: The Pony Express
August 18 – Reid Miller – Then Came California, a reflection on Statehood in the far west

August 24 – Nic Skalicky – Patio Talk with Doc Nic: Frontier Medicine
August 25 – Daniel Mattern – Roho Delgado: Military Soldier and Galvanized Yankee

August 31 – Rob Swanson – Wagons, Carts and Flying Machines
September 1 – Daniel Mattern – Etiquettes of Dancing – Pioneer Trails Era

All presentations start at 1 p.m.
For more information please contact Jason Vlcan (307) 261-7783.

The National Historic Trails Interpretive Center is operated by the Bureau of Land Management and is a public/ private partnership between the City of Casper, the National Historic Trails Center Foundation, and the BLM.

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