Museum OKademy volunteer training class and lecture
March 4, 9 a.m.–11 a.m.
The Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center (CSRHC) will host a six-session Museum OKademy course in 2023 to train volunteers and provide lectures on history. The classes will be held from 9 to 11 a.m., beginning on Saturday, January 21, and concluding on Saturday, April 1.
The six-part lecture/workshop series, Museum OKademy, will be led by CSRHC Director Jake Krumwiede, CSRHC Director of Education Neal Matherne, and other CSRHC staff. These classes are aimed at both prospective volunteers and other adult learners who wish to broaden their knowledge base about the history of northwest Oklahoma, as well as documents, photographs, and other resources available at the center.
Reserve your spot below or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Attendance is limited so please contact us as soon as possible. Classes are free with regular museum admission. OHS members and CSRHC members always visit free.
Meeting Four: Saturday, March 49 a.m. – Part One: “Historic Buildings” (Museum Volunteer Training Class) Historic preservation is an important part of what the Oklahoma Historical Society offers the public! Learn about the history of the Humphrey Heritage Village, and how it is used! 10 a.m. – Part Two: “Examining Cities in Northwestern Oklahoma” (History Lecture) Growing and thriving communities began springing forth in the region following the land opening. This lecture will focus on a specific city in the old Cherokee Strip, and talk about some of its local history.