2009 Northern Kentucky History Art & Culture Lecture Series


Sponsored by
The Friends of Baker Hunt Art and Cultural Center

and The Kenton County Historical Society



March 8 @ 2pm

Good Old Days in Cincinnati Broadcasting

Bill Myers, Longtime Television Personality with WLW-T


April 19 @ 2pm

Frank Duveneck, Cincinnati Arts and Artists

Sam Hollingsworth, Artist and Teacher


May 17 @ 2pm

A Century of Historic Architecture in Covington, Ky. 1814-1914?

Walter E. Langsam, Architectural Historian and Historic-Preservation Consultant


June 14 @ 2pm

“The Green Line”

The Cincinnati, Newport & Covington Railway

Terry Lehmann, Author


September 13 @ 2pm

“The Balcony Is Closed”

A History of Northern Kentucky's Long-Forgotten Neighborhood Movie Theaters

Bob Webster, Northern Kentucky Historian and Author


October 11 @ 2pm

River Stories and Some Fun with Captain Alan Bernstein

Captain Alan Bernstein, owner BB Riverboats in Newport and Mike Fink in Covington


November 8 @ 2pm

John A. Roebling and his Suspension Bridge on the Ohio River 

Dr. Don Heinrich Tolzmann, Historian, Covington-Cincinnati Suspension Bridge Committee



Place:  Baker Hunt Art & Cultural Center
at 620 Greenup Street, Covington

Time: 2pm

(enter parking lot on 7th Street)

 The Baker Hunt Museum will open for free tours after the lecture.

Cost:  $7 for individual lecture at the door. $45 for the Series

Refreshments served.

Proceeds benefit the programming of Baker Hunt Art & Cultural Center, serving the community since 1922