Lectures at the Petroleum Museum

Brown Bag Lunch and Lecture Series – sponsored by Norma J. McGrew & Hahl Proctor Charitable Trust, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee

The Petroleum Museum’s Brown Bag Lunch and Lectures give our community the chance to visit with authors, scientists, artists, and historians who recount the petroleum industry’s beginning, present and future, along with topics of local and historical interest.  These lectures are sponsored by Norma J. McGrew & Hahl Proctor Charitable Trust, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee. Admission is always free. Drinks and dessert are provided.

Check our News and Events for the upcoming schedule.

January 14th Presentation: Faces of Earth: Assembling America – a 46-minute documentary produced by the American Geological Institute

From the Pacific Northwest to the shores of the Atlantic seaboard, the breadth and scope of America is like no other place on Earth. Follow scientists using high-tech and high adventure to see our planet like never before, and to understand how humans are both a force of nature, and a product of our world. Discover some of the geographic features of North America that have been shaped by tectonic plate movement over millions of years. Explore how time and forces of nature have shaped the continent and influence life in the United States. Join us for this thrilling journey!

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