Speaker Series & Author Talks
The Field House Museum’s Speaker Series & Author Talks are back for 2020! Enjoy many great topics, from 1800s society in St. Louis to Eugene’s poetry and Roswell’s work on the Dred Scott Freedom Suit, by a diverse group of professionals, many of whom are based in St. Louis.
This year’s Speaker Series & Author Talks are free of charge thanks to the following generous donors of our Fund-A-Need:
Ritar Lama & Christine Hildebrandt
Bob & Jeanette St. Vrain
Keith & Teresa Wheeler
2020 Speaker & Author Events – Located in the Eugene Field Library at the Field House Museum
Perspectives of Freedom Suits and the Dred Scott Case – January 11, 1:00 pm
Conserving the Written Works – March 7, 2:00 pm
“Mormonising” Political and Religious Dissent in Nineteenth-Century Missouri – August 1, 1:00 pm
Note: Seating for our Speaker Series & Author Talks is limited. Please call the Museum at 314.421.4689 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat.
Makers & Mocktails
Peter Pan Collar – February 20, 5:00-7:00 pm
General Admission is $15 for this event. Space is limited and we please ask that you purchase tickets in advance either by phone at 314-421-4689 or through our online store. Membership discounts apply.