The Alameda Museum 2014 Lecture Series Part 1
The Alameda Museums 2014 Lecture Series begins Thursday, March 27th. This is a 14 year tradition of lectures which has been a way for the Museum to educate Alamedans about their city’s history.
The Alameda Museum was founded as the Historical Society 65 years ago. The Museum’s mission is to collect, conserve and exhibit the City of Alameda’s history. And also to educate Alamedans and visitors with fabulous lectures, gorgeous art exhibits and to provide special group tours during non-business hours.
The March 27, 2014 lecture will be by Alameda architect Richard Rutter, who designed the lighting to celebrate the 50th birthday of the Golden Gate Bridge in 1987. Rutter will discuss “Twenty-Seven Years Aglow”. The Law Offices of Susan Jeffries is sponsoring the lecture.
RICHARD RUTTER, ARCHITECT
“Bay Area Copper 1900 - 1950 - Dirk van Erp & His Influence”will be the topic for the April 24, 2014 lecture by Gus Bostrom, proprietor of the Craftsman mecca California Historical Design store in Berkeley. Judith Lynch is sponsoring this lecture.
“Old Alameda” will be the May 29, 2014 lecture topic by the popular publishers of the Alameda Sun, Dennis Evanosky and Eric Kos,. They will present a slide lecture to entice people to join the June 14th Alameda Museum Trolley tour of the three small towns which were later consolidated in the City of Alameda.
All lectures on are on Thursday evenings, the Museum opens at 6:30 pm and lectures beginning at 7:00 pm. Admission is free to museum members and non -members pay $10. The Alameda Museum is located at 2324 Alameda Avenue in Alameda. Parking is available on the street or at the Alameda Parking Garage at the corner of Central Avenue and Oak Street.
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