WMMI MONTHLY SPEAKERS’ BUREAU LECTURES
The monthly Speakers’ Bureau Lectures, hosted by WMMI, are designed to inform and educate members and the general public on important subjects pertaining to the history and science of mining and industry.
Admission is always FREE to Museum members and just $5 per person for the general public.
Join us on June 13 for a fascinating look at Cripple Creek and Victor. This will be an informative discussion of the mining history and geology of the Cripple Creek, Colorado mining district and why this gold deposit is so unique and famous around the world. The featured guest speaker is George Papic, recently retired Senior Geologist for Newmont Corporation
Museum Members are FREE. General admission is only $5. 719-488-0880 for more information, or click on the button below to reserve your space.
February 14: Calvin Johnson "Mining High Grade Gold Ore"
March 14: Donna Guthrie "Troubadors on Horseback"
April 11: Ellen Fisher : Nathaniel Peter Hill-Colorado Senator and Historical Mining Figure
May 9: Tim Jones "Easy Hikes to the Hidden Past"
June 13: George Papic "Cripple Creek & Victor"
July 11: Andrea Malcomb "Molly Brown & Family"
August 8: Steve Antonuccio "Alexander Film Company"
September 12: Exhibit Opening Lecture
October 10: Bob Phillips "Norberg Steam Stamp"
Nov 2022: Greg Patterson of Fortitude Gold discussed Gold Mining
Oct 2022: Bruce Geller presented, "A History of Colorado Gold Mining"
Sep 2022: Bryan Kahtava opened WMMI Temporary Exhibit, "Left Behind in the Mines"
Aug 2022 Mel McFarland, " Cripple Creek Railroads including the famous Short Line"
Jul 2022: Jack Anthony "3 Stories of the USAFA grounds, before it was USAFA: Catheral Rock, North Gate Entrance & the Train Crash at Husted"
Jun 2022: Brad Bowers, "Stone and Clay - The Mining Environs of Stone City"
May 2022: Barry and Joan Currie "Ghost Towns, Mining Camps and More Off-the-Beaten-Track Adventures"
Apr 2022: Troy Zellers "History, current influences and future vision of the Wilfley Company"
Mar 2022: Steven Veatch "Things left behind--An intimate time with Spencer and Julie Penrose"
Feb 2022: Blake Wilson, "Art of Harvey Otis Young" launched our temporary exhibit
March 2021: Dr Richard Sauers "The Rehabilitation of the 1890's Reynolds Ranch Farm House"
April 2021: Mr Conrad North, "Ready, Set, Glow" The opening of WMMI Fluorescent Mineral Exhibit
May 2021: Ms Kaitlyn McGann, "Egyptian Mining" (To watch, click here)
June 2021: Mr Steve Veatch, "The Story of Gilman"
July 2021: Dr Richard Sauers, "Some of the Hidden Stories of Cripple Creek"
August 2021: "From Comstock to Caribou"
September 2021: Dr Karin Larkin, "The Archeology of the Ludlow Massacre" The opening of Temporary Exhibit
October 2021: Ms Julie Haverluk, "Fox Farming in El Paso County"
November 2021: Mr Richard O'Meara of Orica, "One Blast, One Chance for Success"