Spend your lunchtime at the Museum learning about interesting and sometimes unexpected aspects of history. Presentations are held in the Museum’s theater and feature both high quality sound and cinematic video experiences.
Programs run from 12 Noon – 1:00 PM
FREE to members – Regular admission for other guests
Drinks and Dessert Provided
For reservations call the museum at 864-467-3100 or email@example.com.
March 20 at Noon
Presenter: Janiece K. Robinson
In 1873, Susan B. Anthony walked up the stone steps and into history. She entered the federal circuit court house expecting a fair trial. Instead, the judge denied Susan the right to speak in her defense and to have a jury verdict. Her crime? She voted in the 1872 presidential election. Newspapers from around the country carried articles on the arrest, trial, and injustice. As Women’s Suffrage became a household conversation, a battle-worn nation faced another division and strife.
Upcoming Lunchbox Learning Programs Include:
- April 10 – The Mad Women (Presented by: Kathryn Smith)
- June 19 – The Music of Trains (Presented by: Carol Gibson)
- August 21 – American Railroad History (Presented by: Dr. Roger Grant, Clemson University)
- September 18 – The Creation of Wonderland (Presented by Dr. David Coombs, Clemson University)
- December 11 – Hitler’s Last Christmas: The 75th Anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge (Presented by: Donald Kilburg)
Lunchbox Learning is sponsored by: