LECTURES & ADULT PROGRAMS
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View Past Lectures and Programs Below
12.7.2022, 12:15 pm EDT Art for Lunch: “Cowboy Poetry and History of the Pony Express” – Samuel Renken
Join author of “First Pony Out”, Samuel Renken, as he discusses the history of the Pony Express. Samuel will also recite cowboy poems paying homage to the Natives who once inhabited this land while the Pony Express ran through it. Lunch will be available in Booth’s Ballroom for $12.00 plus tax. Deadline to register for lunch is December 6 at noon. If you can’t make it, you can watch virtually on Booth Museum’s Facebook page or YouTube channel. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early. Program included with admission. No outside food or beverages. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early. Registration required, CLICK HERE to register.
12.21.2022, 12:15 pm ET Art Demonstration with Robert Rodriguez
Watch award winning artist Robert Rodriguez perform an art demonstration on Booth Museum’s Facebook page. Rodrigues is known for creating the Quaker Oatmeal label, Santitas Corn Chip senorita on their package, and granny on Grandma’s Cookies. He also has created movie posters, a Superbowl poster, Ringling Bros. circus posters, Broadway theater posters, liqueur labels, and approximately 18 US postage stamps, including the Cowboys of the Silver Screen series. You don’t want to miss this exciting demonstration!
1.4.2023, 12:15 PM EDT Art for Lunch: What is Portraits of Hope? First of Its Kind Exhibition at the Booth
This special Art for Lunch will include multiple speakers and testimonies covering the topic of recovery from substance abuse, also how it affects Bartow County in itself. Portraits of Hope, Inc. provides support, encouragement, love, and hope to women and children facing life’s challenges after incarceration, drug addiction, and domestic violence. The portraits in the exhibition are by well-known portrait artists, several of whom are from Georgia and the Southeast. Lunch will be available for $12.00 plus tax. Deadline to register for lunch is, Noon, January 3.If you can’t make it, you can watch virtually on Booth Museum’s Facebook page or YouTube channel. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early. Program included with admission. No outside food or beverages. CLICK HERE to register!