Presentations begin at 5:30 on Tuesday and Thursday evenings and usually last 30 to 45 minutes
Admission is FREE

“These recollections of the past highlight a person or event which made an impact on Durant or our area”, said Nancy Ferris, Director of the museum.
“This has proven to be a very successful series for us, as friends gather, grab a cup of coffee, and listen to a live account of events from days gone by.”

Jan 1
“Bringing the Wall that Heals to Durant”  50 years after the Vietnam war
Nancy Ferris

Jan 3    
Riding the Bufferfield Stage                
Ken Rainbolt

Jan 8    
“R.L. Williams, The Pioneer Judge”            
Joe Taylor

Jan 10    
“Murders in Stringtown” a story of Clyde Barrow    
Ken Rainbolt

Jan 15    
“Going Postal..a history of local mail delivery ”        
Kathleen Dill

Jan 17    
“Growing Up on the Market Square”            
Glendel Rushing

Jan 22    
“Looking Back”…The Photo Journal of            
Matt Swearingen

Jan 24    
“If This Bell Could Talk” a story of the bell from the New Bennington Presbyterian Church            
Donna McGee

Jan 29    
“Riding the Rails of the Katy Railroad”            
Roy Jackson, Katy RR Museum

Jan 31    
“Tour of Indian Territory Museum, Caddo, Ok.” and Craighead’s vintage department store
Bus provided . Boarding at 5:00                
Joyce Alexander