“Environmental History,
St Louis and Beyond”

Venues

Map showing speaker series venues and areas served by St Louis Regional Historical Societies.
Map showing speaker series venues and areas served by St Louis Regional Historical Societies.

April 17, Tuesday, 7:00 pm
Wildwood Historical Society is hosting presentation on
“St Louis’ Radioactive Legacy” by Ed Smith
18750 MO-100, Wildwood, MO 63069
Wildwood web site
See more about Wildwood Historical Society

April 25, Wednesday, 7:00 pm hosted by
Old Trails Historical Society in Manchester-Ballwin
“Historical Perspectives of Climate Change” by David Henry
West County EMS & Fire, 223 Henry Road, 
Manchester, MO 63011

April 26, Thursday, 7:00 pm hosted by
Historical Society of University City
“A History of Environmental Issues in St. Louis and Missouri” by Don Corrigan
University City Public Library, 6701 Delmar Blvd., University City, MO 63130

May 5, Saturday, 1:30 pm hosted by
Carondelet Historical Society
“A Brief History of Landscape Architecture in St. Louis” by Esley Hamilton
6303 Michigan Ave, St Louis, MO 63111

May 15, Tuesday, 7:00 pm hosted by
Webster Groves Historical Society
“The Mighty Mississippi: Sustaining Life in the Confluence Region” by David Lobbig
The Hearth Room at Hawken House, 
1155 S Rock Hill Rd, St. Louis, MO 63119

May 16, Wednesday, 7:00 pm
Panel discussion:
David Lobbig, David Henry, 
Andrew Hurley, 
Gwendolyn Verhoff
Missouri History Museum in 
AT&T Foundation Room
5700 Lindell Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63112

May 17, Thursday, 7:00 pm hosted by
Sappington-Concord Historical Society
“The Secret History of St. Louis’ Weather and What We Can Learn From It” by Andrew Hurley
At Grant’s View library
9700 Musick Road St. Louis, MO63123-3935
Phone: 314-994-3300Grant’s
View library web page: Grant’s View

May 23, Wednesday, 7:00 pm hosted by
Clayton Historical Society
“Blessing or Boondoggle? A Historical Perspective on the Biofuel Debate” by Jeff Manuel
Clayton Community Center, “The Center of Clayton” 
50 Gay Ave, Clayton, MO 63105

May 24, Thursday, 7:00 pm
Capstone presentation
Dr Adam Rome, 
University of Buffalo
, “The Genius of Earth Day”
Missouri History Museum in 
AT&T Foundation Room
5700 Lindell Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63112


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