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Whitefish Bay TALKS

Join us for our monthly speaker series Whitefish Bay TALKS, conversations about art, history, food, culture, people, books and more!

Check out our upcoming speakers:

Tuesday, June 18, 2019 at 6:30pm- Laura Ingalls Wilder With Jessica Michna

Tuesday, July 30, 2019 at 1pm- Apollo 11: One Giant Leap, a Series of Firsts with Terry Lynch
 



Here's a list of speakers we've previously hosted:
2019
 

May 2019 at 6:30pm- Garden Tips to Support Native Bees with Woody 

 March 2019 at 6:30pm- Whitefish Bay ROCKS with Jeff Pockat, Gaelic Harp
February and April 2019- Mind Games 1 The Science of Perception Deception with William Pack

 January 2019 - Mark Concannon, author of Mettle & Honor: Wisconsin Stories from the Battlefield


2018

 December 2018- Doug Armstrong, author of Color of the Sun

 November 2018- Three Generations of Migrants with Jesus Salas
   October 2018- Victorian Funeral and Mourning Customs with Steve Person

September 2018- To Be! Shakespeare Here and Now! by Ron Scot Fry

June 2018-Human Trafficking in Wisconsin with Rachel Monaco-Wilcox

April 17 2018- Thousand-Miler: Adventures Hiking the Ice Age Trail
With Melanie Radzicki McManus

February 2018- Milwaukee Fair Housing Marches of 1967-68: Perspectives: With Dr. Margaret Rozga and Fred Reed
January 2018 - Steven Wallace, Obroni and the Chocolate Factory



2017

December - Jeff Aikin, Historic Whitefish Bay : a celebration of architecture and character 

November- Ron Miscavige, Ruthless : scientology, my son David Miscavige, and me

October- Former WI Governor Martin Schreiber, My two Elaines : learning, coping, and surviving as an Alzheimer's caregiver 

September- Yollande Tchouapi Deacon, From the Mountains of Rural Cameroon (West Africa) to the busy streets of Milwaukee: A Woman's Entrepreneurial

July- Thomas Fehring, The magnificent machines of Milwaukee

June- James Longhurst, The forgotten Victory Bike in WWII

May- Karla Huston, Why Poetry Matters

April- Paul Roebber, How's it possible to forecast the weather