MSU Billings Library Lecture Series
October 4, 2021
by katie jones backer
If you’re looking for something FUN and EDUCATIONAL to do, keep the MSU Billings Library Lecture Series in mind! There are some fascinating FREE talks coming up, and best of all, they’re open to the public. All lectures will be held in Petro Theatre and there is free parking at the MSUB Parking Garage.
Library Director, Darlene Hert, shared: “The MSU Billings Library is excited to offer the All About Montana Library Lecture series on Tuesdays throughout the month of October. The Library Lecture Series debuted in 2013. The lectures offer an opportunity for learning and social networking. The lectures have been very well received and attended by the University and greater Billings community. The All About Montana presenters will share their knowledge about Montana; specifically [this year] about ghost towns, paleontology, geology and Pictograph Cave State Park.”
- October 5th at 10:30 a.m. | Montana Ghost Town with Kevin Kooistra-Manning (Western Heritage Center Executive Director) and photography by Denes G. Istvanffy
- October 12th at 6:30 p.m. | Traveling to the Time of T-Rex and Triceratops with Dr. John Scannella
- October 19th at 6:30 p.m. | Men of the Cave: The Excavation of Empty Gulch with Dr. Timothy Urbaniak (Emeritus Professor)
- October 26th at 6:30 p.m. | The Shape of Montana: The Geology Behind the Treasure State with Dr. Sarah Friedman
To learn more about these upcoming events and presenters, please visit:
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