Lighthouse Lecture Series
The second season of our winter lectures promises to be as informative and entertaining as last year.
Please join us for the following presentations:
November 15: Nik Epanchin will share information regarding elephant seals
January 24: Josephine Alexander will discuss her work as an artist featuring coast-themed artworks
February: Dr. Lori Laiwa will share her research on local Pomo Legends and Stories
March: Scott Mercer returns to share census data as a follow up to last year's gray whale migrations
April: Doug Forsell introduces his expertise on sea birds
Dates (where not listed) to be announced. Times are all 4:00 - 5:00 PM. $5 at the door. Light refreshments served.
Look for more information as the date of the next lecture approaches.
Join lighthouse keepers as they guide you on your journey into the past and discover the unique legacy of this historic landmark -- the tallest
lighthouse on the West Coast. Refreshments will be served at the end of the tour.
Nighttime Tours are scheduled on the full moon and offer a unique and
intimate experience for lighthouse visitors.
For more information on our Nighttime Tours, click here.
Looking for something fun and unique to do with your group?
Call us to arrange a tour and climb to the top as keepers have done for over 100 years.
Please contact the Museum office for more information.
Contact us at (877) 725-4448, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.