The Brick Store Museum is proud to introduce its signature lecture series, the Third Thursday Talks! As the name suggests, the Museum hosts a new lecture every third Thursday of the month (except November and December), on a variety of topics. As an educational institution, it is our job to bring fresh ideas, new research, and interesting topics to the forefront.
As a special Museum Member benefit, members receive FREE admission to every lecture. For general admission, it’s only $10; light refreshments will be served during every lecture. Please continue to check this site to learn about upcoming lectures, as new topics are always being added!
[Tickets are available for purchase below. When completing your order, please print the confirmation page and bring it with you.]
|January 19th @ 5:30pm||“Civil War Stories” by Cynthia Walker, Brick Store Museum|
|February 16th @ 5:30pm||“Fishing the Atlantic in the Age of Sail” by Jeffrey Bolster, University of New Hampshire – POSTPONED|
|March 16th @ 5:30pm||“So You Think You Know Kennebunk” by Kennebunk Town Historian Steve Spofford|
|April 20th @ 5:30pm||“America’s Kitchen History” by Nancy Carlisle, Historic New England|
|May 18th @ 5:30pm||“Shyness and Social Isolation” by Helen Rivas-Rose, Center for Social Isolation Relief|
|June 15th @ 5:30pm||“Maine Experience” – Eliot Cutler, University of Maine System|
|July 20th @ 5:30pm||“The Age of Innocence and Castle Tucker” by Peggy Konitzky|
|August 17th @ 5:30pm||“Women’s Experience Panel” by author Anne Gass|
|September 21st @ 5:30pm||“Family Genealogy” – Monica Grabin|
|October 19th @ 5:30pm||“The Abbe Museum and Native Voices” – Abbe Museum staff, Mt. Desert Island|
Does your business also wish to help educate the local community by becoming a sponsor of the Third Thursday Talks lecture series? Please e-mail Engagement Coordinator Deb Williams for more information!