The museum is pleased to announce its next three speakers for our Winter Lecture Series held at Chrome Food and Spirits.
On Friday, January 16th at 7 PM, Dr. Joe Goss returns to our lecture series with another exciting topic in the field of science. He will discuss how the human mind works while we are in sleep and dream mode. In addition, Goss will explore why humans sleep and how our dreams can be interpreted. Back by popular demand from his previous museum lectures, Dr. Goss, again, presents us a fascinating topic that will be sure to amaze.
On Tuesday, February 10th at 7 PM, Dr. Max Kintner, museum board member, will be discussing his ongoing medical mission work in Guatemala.Max Kintner has worked among the Guatemalan highland Maya for 25 years in educational, micro-development, and public health projects. Max will do a slide and lecture presentation about the highland Maya and his work facilitating medical missions, particularly a women’s reproductive health project in which he is currently involved.
Finally, to close out our 2014-2015 winter lecture series, Michael Barrett will speak about Troy, New York's role in the Civil War on Tuesday, March 10th at 7 PM. Barrett serves as the Executive Director of the Hudson Mohawk Industrial Gateway and Burden Iron Works Museum.
To read more about each lecture, please click on the appropriate link that lists the date. We encourage you to arrive early to get a good seat and enjoy a meal at Chrome Food and Spirits. The cost for each lecture is $6 for non-members and $5 for members.