via phone at (248-530-1928 or 248-530-1682)
or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday-Saturday, 10 AM to 4 PM
We're also working to provide even more of our entertaining and educational content online, so stay tuned for updates!
PROGRAMS FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN
Adults and Young Adults--Interested in stories from Birmingham's past? Enjoy sharing memories of the 'not so long ago' of the area? Always wanted to find out more about cultural curiosities and unique attributes of the city, and where they came from? Then our adult lecture series is something you should check out. It is an increasingly popular event that brings out the best in local history and the people who made Birmingham special. The Birmingham Museum provides this seasonal series of adult lectures each spring and fall in partnership with the Baldwin Public Library. Local historians, museum staff, authors, and other knowledgeable presenters share their passion for the fascinating topics and stories that will have you wondering what is next. Presentations are free and take place at the library; interested participants are asked to please register online at the library calendar at www.baldwinlib.org/calendar.
For Youngsters and their Families--we have a children's storytime program here at the museum on the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. Co-sponsored by the Baldwin Public Library, a children's librarian engages audiences in a seasonal theme with great reads from the library's children's collection. Held either in the historic Hunter House or in the Allen House at the Birmingham Museum, the program is a delightful way for families to enjoy time together in a quiet museum environment. These programs are free and open to the public, but please register online at the Baldwin Library website: www.baldwinlib.org/storytime Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. For more information, contact Caitlin Donnelly at the Birmingham Museum at 248-530-1685, or email@example.com.
Thursday Evenings at 7:00 PM at the Baldwin Public Library
Birmingham wants more stories, and the Birmingham Museum has them! Throughout the year to celebrate the centennial of the 19th Amendment, we're focusing on some outstanding women who have made Birmingham a better place to live--even before getting the right to vote. Please check back for additional listings in 2020. All lectures will be held at the Baldwin Public Library and are free to the public. (Free: please register online at the library at www.baldwinlib.org/calendar.) For more information on the adult lecture series, contact Leslie Pielack at 248-530-1682.
Early Aviation and the Ferguson Women (Presented by museum staff Donna Casaceli)
Birmingham raised some amazing women who took to the sky. Find out about those daring young women in their flying machines, from early bi-planes to rockets as a Mercury 13 test astronaut!
(Event Postponed) Thursday, April 9, 7:00 PM (Rotary Room)
The Three Prindle Sisters who Tamed the Wilderness (Presented by museum director Leslie Pielack)
They came as brides to the unknown frontier after the War of 1812, bringing little else but each other. Join us to learn how these pioneer women faced hardships to build early Birmingham.
Family Story Time Series at the Museum
Second Thursdays at 6:30 PM at the Birmingham Museum
Join us for some fun and fascinating stories and experiences led by children's librarian, Ms. Rosemary, from the Baldwin Public Library. (Free: please register online at the Baldwin Public Library, baldwinlib.org/calendar.