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KCTS 9 History Cafes February Meetup

  • Feb 17, 2010 · 7:00 PM
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Enjoy
American Experience like never before at a new series of events, KCTS 9’s History Cafes. See a sneak preview of the new season, meet fellow history buffs, hear fascinating insights on history from expert speakers, and share your thoughts during a discussion after the film. February's topic: Amelia Earhart The life and mysterious death of Amelia Earhart is the topic of this month's History Cafe. Come join the discussion, watch clips from American Experience: Amelia Earhart, and ask the experts about America's famous aviatrix. "
The most effective way to do it, is to do it." Amelia Earhart We have a confirmed group of expert speakers including
Debra Plymate and
David K. Bowman who will be sharing their passion for Amelia Earhart, as well as bringing some fascinating memorabilia to share with the group. Carol Buswell from The National Archives will also be on hand! Join us on the 3rd Wednesday of the month at The Pub at Third Place for this event series brought to you by
MOHAI, Seattle Public Libraries, WGBH,
The Pub at Third Place Books - Ravenna and
KCTS 9. Join us early for Happy Hour at The Pub and Vios Cafe!

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    It was all great until the last speaker. He was not really prepared to use the audiovisuals and then he repeated a lot from the earlier presentation. I am afraid by the time he got to the core of his subject- theories of what happened to A. Earhart, we did not much care.
    We left at 8:25 to catch a bus and he was still talking.
    It is better when it does not last so long.

    February 17, 2010

  • Tony Gomez (KCTS 9.

    Hi there history buffs! You are NOT going to want to miss this month's History Cafe on February 17th. We have a group of expert speakers including Debra Plymate and David K. Bowman who will be sharing their passion for Amelia Earhart, as well as bringing some fascinating memorabilia to share with the group. Carol Buswell from The National Archives will also be on hand!

    More information on our speakers coming soon. Join us!

    Lisa

    February 4, 2010

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