Bellamy Lecture Series
The Bellamy Lecture Series provides a public platform for preeminent local and regional scholars from a variety of disciplines including, but not limited to, social history, historic preservation, architectural history, environmental history, anthropology, and more.
All lectures are FREE and open to the public. All lectures, unless otherwise stated, are held at the Bellamy Mansion Museum and begin at 6:30 pm with doors opening at 6:00 pm. A $5 suggested donation per person is recommended and appreciated.
A free, gravel parking lot adjacent to the museum on the Market Street side is available for attendees, but it does fill up quickly. There is ample, free street parking on the blocks surrounding the Museum.
Any interested presenters, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
David Zucchino, a contributing writer for The New York Times, won a Pulitzer Prize in 1989 for his reporting from South Africa. He is also a four-time Pulitzer Prize finalist who has reported from more than three dozen countries, most recently from Iraq.
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