Twentynine Palms Historical Society
29 Palms, California
The Old Schoolhouse Museum & The Desert Institute
Second Friday Old Schoolhouse Lecture Series
September 2022 - June 2023
The 2022/2023 Old Schoolhouse Lecture series begins on Friday, September 9.
The Old Schoolhouse lecture series will return to in-person lectures at the 29 Palms Old Schoolhouse Museum. Lectures are on the second Friday of the month and the lectures begin at 7 pm with a one hour duration. Entrance fee for a single lecture is $5.00. A subscription for the full season costs $40, which is a $10 savings.
Time – Lectures begin at 7:00 p.m.
Season tickets –
available for $40.00
SAVE $10.00 by becoming a subscriber!
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For further information call:
The Desert Institute
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September 9, "Jim Pine, a Serrano Kika and his Neighbors at the Oasis of Máara," Sean Milanovich
October 14, "Bill Hatch's Memoirs of a Road Trip Through the Mojave Desert" Liz Meyer
November 11, "Bradshaw's Road to the La Paz Gold Fields," Steve Lech
December 9, "Old Spanish Trail from Mountain Springs, Nevada to Salt Creek, in California's Mojave Desert.," Steve Brown
January 13, "Managing Cultural Resources at Mojave National Preserve," David Nichols
February 10, "Kemper Campbell Ranch at the Mojave River in Victorville," Ruth Nolan
March 10, "Nina Shumway Finds Rich Life in Mountain Cabin Expression Of Her Love For Desert," Daniel Foster
April 14, "Courage to Heal and Kaiser Permanente's early beginnings in the Mojave Desert," Dr. Paul Bernstein
May 12, "History of the Morongo Basin," Tom Crochetiere
June 9, "Mohave Nation Version of the Formation of Amboy Crater," Bruce Bridenbacker
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