Public Programs

 

The Montana Historical Society hosts regularly scheduled public programs - on a wide variety of topics relating to the Treasure State’s history and culture - most Thursday evenings (excluding holidays and a summer break). The Friends of the Montana Historical Society sponsor public programs the third Wednesday of each month, September through May (excluding December), and an annual March Lecture Series in celebration of Women’s History Month. Every fall the Society holds its annual Montana History Conference. Exhibit openings, curator tours, and family programs also enliven the year.


 
Visit our online calendar to see what’s happening today and in the weeks to come.

The Montana Historical Society's Research Center offers a variety of Programs on an ongoing basis. A list of topics is posted here.

To arrange speakers for your group or organization, or other questions regarding public programs, contact Kirby Lambert at 406-444-4741 or klambert@mt.gov.



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