Hi-Noon Museum Lectures

The Hi-Desert Nature Museum is taking precautionary measures during  the COVID-19 pandemic and has postponed all of its events and programs until further notice.  Dates are to be determined.  Please continue to check our website for updated information.

Lifelong learning keeps the brain sharp and active, and that leads to a longer, happier life.

The Elvish Pedigree

Presented by Stefanie Ritter

With the approach of December and all its festivities, elves are on many people’s minds. But where do elves originate? Elves and their relatives have a long history in mythology and folklore, whereas the Christmas elf is a contemporary addition popularized during the 19th century.  Grab a nice cup of tea, get cozy and enjoy this educational and entertaining lecture. 

Presented by the Desert Lecture Collaborative

Every month the Hi-Desert Nature Museum offers an informative, interesting and entertaining one-hour lecture. The program takes place on every third Thursday of the month at noon.  Speakers will present topics of special interest for high desert residents.
The lectures start at 12:00 p.m. Admission is $ 5 or free for Museum Members/Sponsors. Seasonal beverages will be served.
There are no lectures in April and October. 

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