The Bite of History lunchtime lecture series has resumed at the Frazier International History Museum in downtown Lousiville. Spokesperson Krista McHone says the lectures are open to everyone.
“It’s a good opportunity to come to the museum. It’s free. We encourage people to bring their own lunch and they can also check out the exhibit galleries while they’re here,” she said.
Lectures are every third Thursday of each month at noon. The next one, on September 16, is called “Abraham Lincoln and the Underground Railroad in Kentucky.”