Due to COVID-19, we’ll be making some changes to our events this year. Watch this page for announcements.

Our Next Event:

August 1, 2020

10 a.m.-11 a.m.

FIRST SATURDAY VIRTUAL LECTURE
"Prairies"

 Ethan Duke of the Missouri River Bird Observatory helps us explore our cultural connections to our treasured natural community: “Prairie.” Sit back from the comfort of your home and enjoy an exploration of our cultural history and the deep roots that we share, thanks to the prairie. This topic will cover early history, settlement, contemporary life and our future. We’ll also welcome Chris Crabtree from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, who has played an integral role in restoring the natural prairie at Arrow Rock. Registration is free and open to all!

Sept. 5, 2020

10 a.m.-11 a.m.

FIRST SATURDAY VIRTUAL LECTURE
"American Indians and the Santa Fe Trail"

Presenter Mike Dickey offers an overview of the Native American nations encountered by traders following the Santa Fe Trail from 1821 – 1881 and their impact on the trade between the United States and New Mexico. This is a free webinar that is open to all.