The Moses Lake Museum & Art Center's Speakers Series brings you the best in historic and special interest presentations from speakers across Washington and the Pacific Northwest. Watch for book signings and special discounts on all books in the Museum Store during select programs.
All programs are FREE admission.
The Speakers Series is made possible through the generosity of our members, donations and the support of local program partners and the Humanities Washington Speakers Bureau.
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upcoming Speaker Series Programs
Operation Bingo! And the Real Story Behind the men of catch-22
With Stephanie Lile
Date: Friday, June 14, 2019
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Civic Center Auditorium, 401 S. Balsam
Join Bomber Boys curator Stephanie Lile (Executive Director of the Harbor History Museum in Gig Harbor), as she leads us through the extraordinary true story of the bomber boys tasked with preventing the transmission of power to the railway system over the Brenner Pass between Italy and Austria in 1944.
Lile is the curator of Bomber Boys and author of The Tail Gunner, a piece of contemporary young adult fiction about a teenage girl who finds a secret stash of World War II images from which the ghost of a World War II bomber boy emerges. Based in the remarkable true story of tail gunner Keith B. Lile and the 445th bomb squadron of the 12th Army Air Corps.
A book signing will be held before and after the program.