WYSU-FM is proud to be a Media Sponsor for the Mahoning Valley Historical Society's History To Go Series, featuring a Lecture by Historical Society Curator of Education, Traci Manning, entitled, David Tod and the Civil War - Youngstown Son, Wartime Governor, on Thursday, November 7th at 7 P.M. in the Tod Homestead Cemetery Chapel (2200 Belmont Avenue) in Youngstown.
The Mahoning Valley Historical Society presents Traci Manning, the Society's Curator of Education, in a Lecture entitled, The Pivotal Right: A History of the Women's Suffrage Movement, on Monday, October 28th at 7 P.M. at the Tyler Mahoning Valley History Center (325 West Federal Street) in Downtown Youngstown. [Ms.
As part of the Graphic Advocacy Exhibit, the John J. McDonough Museum Of Art (525 Wick Avenue) in Youngstown presents a Lecture by Marlena Buczek Smith on Wednesday, October 30th at 5:30 P.M. in the McDonough Museum Auditorium. [Marlena Buczek Smith will speak about her work and career, and the current exhibition, Graphic Advocacy: International Posters for the Digital Age 2001-2012 features three posters by Ms. Buczek Smith.] More information about this Lecture or the Exhibit is available at (330) 941-1400.
The Shipka Speakers Series of the Youngstown State University Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies presents Professor Jennifer Michael Hecht in a free Lecture entitled, Doubt: A History - The Great Doubters and Their Legacy of Innovation from Socrates and Jesus to Thomas Jefferson and Emily Dickinson, on Tuesday, November 5th at 12:30 P.M. in the Chestnut Room of Kilcawley Center, on the campus of YSU. [Dr.
The Youngstown State University Diversity And Multicultural Affairs Office presents a Native American Workshop entitled, Native Americans - Promoting Knowledge, Clarification, And Correction, on Wednesday, November 13th from 1 until 4 P.M. in the Ohio Room of Kilcawley Center on campus. [Mr. Herman Pipe, a member of the Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes, will share common myths and stereotypes of Native Americans, and correct or clarify them to explain the truths about Native Americans.] More information about this event is available at (330) 941-3370.
Ward Beecher Planetarium, on the campus of Youngstown State University, presents The Halloween Show on Saturday, October 19th and Saturday, October 26th for two shows at 1 and 2:30 P.M. each day. [The Halloween Show is a fun, non-scary show that tells about Holly Ween, and her friend, Jack O'Lantern, who teaches her how to use the stars to navigate, and some history and traditions of the holiday.] More information about this program is available at (330) 941-1370.
Youngstown State University presents a free Forum Gathering discussion entitled, The End Of Men? Not So Fast... on Wednesday, October 16th at 11 A.M. in the James Gallery in Kilcawley Center on the campus of YSU. [The End Of Men? Not So Fast... will feature professors from the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences as they challenge some of the conclusions of Hanna Rosin's lecture on The End Of Men.] More information about this Forum Gathering is available at (330) 941-2320.
The Friends of Poland Forest present their Fall Foliage Hike on Sunday, October 13th at 2 P.M. at the College Street Entrance to the forest in Poland Village. [This leisurely hike will explore the natural preserve for approximately two hours.] More information about this event is available at (330) 757-9057.
As part of the Graphic Advocacy Exhibit, the John J. McDonough Museum Of Art (525 Wick Avenue) in Youngstown presents an open Lecture by Michael Thompson, aka Freestylee, artist without borders, on Thursday, October 10th at 5:30 P.M. in the McDonough Museum Auditorium. [Freestylee, artist without borders, is a graphic designer and artist who was born in Jamaica, and he will speak about his work and career.
The Mahoning Valley Civil War Round Table presents Lance Herdegen in a Lecture entitled, The Iron Brigade, on Monday, October 14th at 6:30 P.M. at Antone's Banquet Center (8578 Market Street) in Boardman. [Lance Herdegen is an award-winning author and the Chair of the Wisconsin Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission.] Reservations and more information about this event are available at (330) 726-7603.