A few of our previous Sunday Afternoon With….
Sports historian and longtime Westport resident Steve Cardullo will speak on “Sunday Baseball in Fort Bragg.” His talk will cover the history of baseball and its movement westward after the Civil War, the development of Sunday Baseball and some of the standout players on the Fort Bragg loggers team.[... see more]
Freelance writer, editor and consultant Vicki Hessel Werkley returns to Mendocino on Sunday, June 11th, as the featured speaker at the Kelley House Museum’s “A Sunday Afternoon With. . .” The topic of that afternoon will be “Taking the Redwoods,” a discussion centered on the life of a fictional woman photographer of 1885 Mendocino, mentored by real life photographer, Ira C. Perry. The book fits in perfectly with the focus of the Kelley Museum’s current exhibit “Framing History: Worth a[... see more]
Please join us on Sunday, July 23, at 4 p.m. for a special panel presentation from four of the Coast's premier photographers. John Birchard, Ron LeValley, Julie Masterson and Nicholas Wilson will present examples of their work and talk about the challenges and pleasures of photography on the Mendocino Coast. Admission for members is $5; non-members pay $7. Please come early for best seating. The panel discussion is part of the Kelley House Museum's ongoing speaker series, "Sunday Afternoon With," and[... see more]
Sunday Afternoon With Your Ancestors, presented by Phil Carnahan and Barbara Webster Have you ever wondered about your ancestors, but been deterred by the cost of learning more about them? Two residents of Ukiah are coming to the Kelley House Museum on Sunday, September 24, at 4:00 p.m. to discuss how they addressed that situation. Barbara Webster will speak about the work done by Phil Carnahan to make history, particularly family history, more accessible to people who want to learn about[... see more]
Anyone who has ever been to Mendocino has likely experienced the marvelous body of work created by the late Perley Maxwell (1869-1931), an amateur photographer, craftsman, and musician who took myriad photos of the Mendocino Coast in early 1900s. On Sunday, October 22, grandsons, great-granddaughters and extended family will share their memories at “Sunday Afternoon With the Maxwell Clan,” part of the ongoing speakers series at Mendocino’s Kelley House Museum. The program begins at 4 p.m. and is $5 for[... see more]