History After Dark addresses historical issues not in the spotlight

Many people can remember the dates of an event, covering the “when” of history, but often it can be more difficult to understand the “why” of history. 

History After Dark delves further into historical subjects that may be difficult to discuss for some and enlightening for others. HAD offers historical programming that was originally intended to offer lectures the second Tuesday of the month from September through December and again from March through May. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic some things have changed. 

But according to Museum at the Bighorns executive Director Mikalya Larrow, Sheridan’s history museum can seat up to 50 visitors while adhering to Centers for Disease Control and Wyoming Department of Health guidelines. 

HAD covers a variety of topics from the Great Sioux war to the legacy of Sheridan Beer and World War II.

M. Larrow

The next program will be on Oct. 8, tickets are $5 for non-museum members and are available at the door or  contacting the Museum at the Bighorns, (307) 675-1150.

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