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Last of Four 2016 Brown Bag Lunch Programs Tuesday at Museum

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February 18, 2016
For use: Immediate
Finney County Historical Society
Contact: Steve Quakenbush, 620-272-3664


“Through Their Lenses” to offer perspectives of early-day Finney County photographers

The public is invited for the Finney County Historical Society’s concluding Brown Bag Lunch program of 2016, set for noon Feb. 23 in the meeting room of the Finney County Museum at 403 S. Fourth in Finnup Park.

The program is entitled “Through Their Lenses,” and it will focus on the perspectives of early-day Finney County photographers. Museum Education Coordinator Johnetta Hebrlee will present the session.

Admission is free and those who attend should use the north entrance of the museum. The staff will provide beverages and dessert, and those who wish may bring their own lunch. The annual lecture series provides live history presentations at noon each Tuesday throughout February. Information is available at 620-272-3664.

The series has previously included programs on early day builders and architects, accounts from retired Abe Hubert Middle School history instructor Norman Clark, and an update on preservation and history of the Windsor Hotel.

The Brown Bag Lunch programs take place in addition to the Evenings at the Museum series, offered at 7 p.m. the third Tuesday of the month and sponsored by Kansas Chapter 62 of the AT&T Pioneers. Evening programs still ahead include “The Flood of 1965” on March 15 and an encore presentation of “Through Their Lenses” April 19. The museum also hopes to soon reschedule “Collecting With Jody Bennett,” which was originally planned the evening of Feb. 16.


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