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Virtual Programs

Museum at Home: Virtual Programs

Can't make it to the museum? No worries! Bring the museum to your home through Museum at Home, a virtual learning series featuring a wide variety of subjects!

Each program is approximately 30 minutes in length with an additional 15 minutes for Q&A. Managed through the Zoom platform, participants will be able to interact with the presenter through chat and Q&A features. Best of all, all programs are FREE!

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Animal Training Basics!
Dec. 1  |  7 p.m.

Animal Training Basics Virtual Program, Barn Owl

Join one of our keepers to learn more about how we train the animals in our care.

Register for Animal Training Basics!

Christmas Unwrapped
Dec. 15  |  7 p.m.    

Christmas Unwrapped Virtual Program

A history of Christmas consumerism showcasing a tutorial on a Victorian craft at the end of the program.

Register for Christmas Unwrapped 

Jan. 5  |  7 p.m. 

Bald Eagle Virtual Program   

Our resident raptor enthusiast will talk about the bald and golden eagles that call the driftless area home during the winter months.

Register for Eagles

Hard Won, Not Done™: Beyond the Exhibit
Jan. 19  |  7 p.m.    

Hard Won Not Done Virtual Program

This fall, we opened a new exhibit case focusing on women’s suffrage. The Director of Curatorial Services will share stories of the local, regional, and national suffrage movement – both those that did and did not make it into our mini exhibit.

Register for Hard Won, Not Done

Museum Collecting
Feb. 2  |  7 p.m.    

Museum Collecting Image from Historical Collections

How does our curatorial department decide which objects we keep in our collection? We will discuss that and more as we look at a several artifacts the Dubuque County Historical Society has received over the past 70 years.

Register for Museum Collecting

Animal Dating
Feb. 16  |  7 p.m.

Animal Dating Virtual Program    

Join our animal care staff to learn more about how animals “date” and some of our captive breeding efforts.

Register for Animal Dating