LACEY MUSEUM HISTORY TALKS SERIES CONTINUES
LACEY, WA, January 24, 2020: The Lacey Museum’s “History Talks!” – presentations on topics of local interest – continues into the new year. The next two presentations will take place in the Lacey City Hall Council Chambers, 420 College St SE, at 5:30 p.m.
“Lacey’s Role in Radio History” will take place on Wednesday, January 29. Dick Pust, longtime broadcaster and community activist, will talk about how one of the first radio stations in the nation got its start in Lacey, and how radio helped shape the lives of local residents.
“The African American Legacy in Washington State” will take place on Wednesday, February 12. Retired University of Washington professor Dr. Quintard Taylor will discuss the broader aspects of our region’s African American history. Taylor created an online website resource center for African American history called BlackPast.org, which contains an interesting array of information.
To get more information on the “History Talks!” speaker series, including the full schedule, visit LaceyMuseum.org.