to the West Virginia Humanities Council's online Program Guide. Here
you will find helpful information about the variety of direct programs
offered by the Council. These programs reflect the history, culture,
and diversity of West Virginia through the many disciplines of the
humanities. Be sure to bookmark our site and visit it often to see
what special events and programs have been scheduled and where they
will take place.
Billy Edd Wheeler autographs books following his Little Lecture.
LITTLE LECTURE SERIES offers a distinguished assortment of speakers
here in the historic MacFarland-Hubbard House, home of the Council
offices in Charleston. The Little Lectures are so named because of
the intimate parlor setting for the talks. Seating is limited and
goes quickly so be sure to contact us early to avoid disappointment.
HISTORY ALIVE! program features dedicated
scholars from around our state who portray historical figures from
the past. Eleanor Roosevelt, Chief Cornstalk, and Robert E. Lee
are among those who provide a passport through time for student and
adult audiences across West Virginia.
There is a total of fourteen History Alive! characters available for
presentations across the state. Click on History Alive! at the left
to see the new roster and learn how to host a program.