National Automobile Museum Symposium: The 1970s: Activism: Voices for Change
Reserve your seat for this year's exciting history symposium offering an in-depth examination of the 1970s decade with educational and entertaining programs by national and local scholars, historians and authors.
The National Automobile Museum provides an educational historical forum fit for NDE course approval.
Far out! The National Automobile Museum is hosting the 14th annual History Symposium with a 1970s twist. Titled The 1970s: Activism: Voices for Change, attendees will have the chance to explore the trends, news, and culture of the decade that brough us an immense oil cerisis, The Mary Tyler Moore Sho, thigh-high boots and disco. With a lineup of esteemed national speakers, historians, authors, local scholars and more, this is the event for history buffs in northern Nevada.
This event is open to the public, and the museum will apply for continuation credit for education licensure from the Nevada Department of Education. (All previous symposiums have received inservice course approval.) For ticket information, consult the museum's website.
This symposium is funded in part by Nevada Humanities, Nevada's nonprofit state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.