MINI-CON: History Relevance Workshop

Saturday, March 17, 2018 | 9:30 am – 5:00 pm | Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill | Harrodsburg, KY

This day-long workshop will provide a venue to explore the relevance of history in our world today. Why is history relevant? How do we articulate this? How do we manifest this in our daily practice? Speakers will explore these questions from both theoretical and practical perspectives. If this is something that you are personally or professionally thinking about, then join us for a day of presentations, discussions and networking opportunities.

Speakers include:

  • Bob Beatty, The Lyndhurst Group
  • Kent Whitworth, Kentucky Historical Society
  • Tim Grove, National Air and Space Museum
  • Aaron Genton, Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill
  • Erin Carlson Mast, President Lincoln’s Cottage
  • Craig Potts, Kentucky Heritage Council
  • Stuart Sanders, Kentucky Historical Society

When & Where:

History Relevance Workshop
Saturday March 17th
Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill, Harrodsburg, Kentucky

Presented by:

Kentucky Museum and Heritage Alliance
In association with

Registration Information:

Register Here  (lunch included)
KMHA and NCPH members: $35
Non-members: $50
Closes March 1, 2018


Contact Aaron Genton at [email protected]