Friends of Arrow Rock’s First Saturday Lectures are made possible by a gift from former FAR Education Director Pamela Parsons. Thanks to her generosity, these lectures are free and open to the public. Every First Saturday Lecture begins at 10 a.m. and takes place at the Arrow Rock State Historic Site Visitor Center auditorium. Complimentary refreshments are available before each presentation.
The 2019 First Saturday Lecture Schedule:February 2: The First Morning of Their Freedom: The End of Slavery in Civil War Era Missouri by Diane Mutti Burke, Ph.D. March 2: United We Stand: Bingham’s Election Series as an Argument for the Great American Experiment in Democracy by Dr. Joan Stack April 6: Native American Art by Reuben Iron Horse-Kent May 4: Maria, Carmen, Kate and Company: Women on the Santa Fe Trail by Dr. Frances Levine June 1: Civil War Medicine – Compassion During Conflict by Dr. Michael Monaco July: Currently No Lecture August 3: The Story, “Retribution of Arrow Rock” by Rick Manfredi September 7: Body Art Around the World – and in the USA! by Carol Diaz-Granados, Ph.D., RPA October 5: Kicking Off Two Hundred Years Of Hemp In Arrow Rock, Missouri by Chris W. Nelson
Save The Date!2 p.m., Sunday, May 5, at the Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre, 114 High Street, Arrow Rock, Missouri. Featuring special guest speaker John Ashford, plus memories and highlights from 60 years of historic preservation and history education in Arrow Rock! The meeting is free and open to members and all those interested in the good work of the Friends of Arrow Rock. Pre-meeting luncheon at the J. Huston Tavern at noon. $25 per person. Make your reservation by April 30 by calling the Friends of Arrow Rock at 660-837-3231.
RETURNING THIS JUNE!
Date to be announced. Accepting donations of antiques and good quality collectibles now. Contact the FAR office at 660-837-3231 to arrange a drop-off time.
OTHER UPCOMING EVENTS:
- Historic Antebellum Homes Tour, Sept. 21 & 22
- Holiday With Friends, Dec. 8