Please note that these events are cancelled at this time, and will be rescheduled at a later date.
Museum Musings is a weekly presentation, briefly covering topics from Mina Edison to Ford cars. Upcoming programs include:
- April 8th: Batter Up! Program Manager, Holly Shaffer, recounts Edison’s love for America’s pastime.
- April 15th: How do you start a Model T Ford? Join Automotive Curator, James Moss, as he explains how to start and drive the car known as the “Tin Lizzie”. (This will take place at the Biggar Garage on the Ford property-weather permitting.)
- April 22nd: The Creation of General Electric. Collections Registrar, Matt Andres, describes the formation and organization of one of America’s biggest corporations.
- April 29th: What’s the difference between the early Model A and later A? Automotive Curator, James Moss, will highlight the differences and explain how they impacted the Ford Motor Company. (This will take place in the Biggar Garage on the Ford property-weather permitting)
Offered Wednesdays – 11:30 a.m.
Cost: Edison Ford members: free; non-members: included with admission.