Mark your calendars! Every fourth Sunday of January, February, and March, there’s a comfy seat waiting for you in the Downtown Huntsville Library Auditorium at 2 p.m. during our Hertha Heller Forums.
For January, February, and March, we have enhanced our Hertha Heller Forums with some exciting speakers and topics. On Jan. 22, Dr. Tyson B. Littenberg, a research astrophysicist at Marshall Space Flight Center, will tell us “Everything We Know About the Universe and How We Learned It . . . In One Hour or Less.” What could be more appropriate for our busy schedules?
On Feb. 26, Nancy Rohr (whose talks at past Forums about Huntsville and Alabama history have drawn large audiences), will present “They Are Too Sweet to Reason: How Women Got to Vote in Alabama.”
Then, on March 26 Christel McCanless, an expert on the beautiful objects of Peter Carl Faberge, will present “Gems and Minerals in the McFerrin Faberge Collection: A Study.”
The Forums are always on the fourth Sunday of the month at 2 p.m. in the Downtown Huntsville Library Auditorium; refreshments are served after. Bring your friends and relatives to these free and thought-provoking events.
Hertha Heller Forum
Presented by the Downtown Huntsville FOL
Sunday, Jan. 22 @ 2 p.m.
Everything We Know About the Universe and How We Learned It...In One Hour or Less
Sunday, Feb. 26 @ 2 p.m.
They Are Too Sweet to Reason: How Women Got the Vote in Alabama
Sunday, Mar. 26 @ 2 p.m.
Gems and Minerals in the McFerring Faberge Collection: A Study