Thurs. January 17 @ 6:00pm: Karpeles Manuscript Museum, Rock Island, IL - Margie Cain
Tues. February 12 @ 6:00pm: “The Quirks and Chaos of 1968” - Prof. Brian P. Hilton, Storyteller/Historian - Scott Community College
Thurs. March 21 @ 6:00pm: “Nez Perce and Native American Humanities” - Galen Leonardy (Includes singing - Black Hawk Speakers Bureau)
Sunday, April 28 @ 2:00pm: “Our Neighbors, The Amish” - Don and Dianne Kramer, Dyersville, IA (with Amish treats! ) * MORE DETAILS IN ADDITIONAL "EVENTS" HEADING
Sunday, May 19 @ 2:00pm: “African Safari thru Pictures” - Traci (Vanderploeg) Kraemer
Thurs. June 13 @ 6:00pm: “Eastern Bluebirds: Past, Present, and Future” - Joan Harmet and Richard Bach (Bluebird Recovery Program of Jo Daviess Conservation Foundation)
Tues. July 2 @ 6:00pm: “Melodies of the Civil War” - Dan Haughty, Illinois Humanities Road Scholar
Thurs. August 15 @ 6:00pm:“Pine Creek Grist Mill” - Tom Hanifan, Muscatine, IA
Thurs. Sept 12 @ 6:00pm: John Deere: A Discussion of the History & Future of Agriculture - Brian Fox Ellis, Author, Historian and Storyteller
Sunday, October 27 @ 2:00pm: “The Other Assassinations: McKinley and Garfield” - Ron Koehn, Social Studies Instructor
Tues. November 19 @ 6:00pm: KROS Radio History
Saturday, December 7: 5:00pm - Fulton Old Fashioned Hometown Christmas Walk
Events are subject to change. For more information call Fulton Tourism at 815-589-3925 or visit the Windmill Cultural Center Facebook page. The Windmill Cultural Center is accessible to persons with disabilities. Check schedule of events on www.cityoffulton.us, or at Fulton Illinois Toruism on Facebook.
Events are FREE and open to the public.