History Happy Hours

Drinks are on you, History is on us. Join us the second Monday of the month for a fascinating talk at one of Richmond’s favorite watering holes. Bring your appetite for history’s lesser known stories of the Civil War.

Time: 6:30pm
Date: Every 2nd Monday of the month. 
Location: Varies. Please see each month's information for location.
Cost: Free admission, food and drink available at menu price.

Next Program

Monday, May 8, 2017 - 6:30pm
Location: Off-Site at Three Notch'd Brewing Company 2930 W Broad St, Richmond, VA 23230
Speaker: John Coski

During World War I, African Americans hoped their patriotism and service would bring respect and recognition of their rights. White Southerners hoped their patriotism and service would prove that the scars of Civil War had finally healed. Were those desires compatible? Led by John Coski, American Civil War Museum.

Past Programs

Speaker: Michael T. Caires
As we move toward a cashless society, pocket change seems like a nuisance. In Summer 1862, the Union economy nearly ground to a halt as pennies, nickels and dimes mysteriously disappeared.
Speaker: Karen Sherry
Discover a complex, sometimes conflicted vision of the American Civil War through the works of artist Winslow Homer.
Speaker: Josh LeHuray
From formal dances to casual gatherings, discover how music was an important part of early Virginia life, even during America’s darkest hours.