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Something to Chew On: Waterfowl History of Texas Gulf Coast
Something to Chew On: Waterfowl History of Texas Gulf Coast

Thu, May 18

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Lake Jackson Historical Museum

Something to Chew On: Waterfowl History of Texas Gulf Coast

Houston publisher John Kemp will discuss the history of waterfowl hunting in southern Brazoria County and along the Gulf Coast.

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Time & Location

May 18, 2023, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

Lake Jackson Historical Museum , 249 Circle Way, Lake Jackson, TX 77566, USA

About the event

Come lunch and learn with us! For our May Something to Chew On, we are excited to welcome John Kemp, who will give a presentation about the history of waterfowl hunting in southern Brazoria County and along the Texas Gulf Coast. John's presentation will be based on three books authored by Sugar Land-based author, Robert K. Sawyer. 

John Kemp is a seasoned commercial publisher specializing in local history books from Chambers, Liberty, Galveston, and Harris counties. 

Admission is $5 for non-members. Members should log in to receive free admission. Learn more about membership options here!

Feel free to bring your own lunch or order a boxed lunch through us. Go to this page to choose your lunch: https://www.ljhistory.org/product-page/something-to-chew-on-box-lunch. Lunch orders must be placed by 11:59 PM on Tuesday, May 16, 2023.

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Tickets

  • Admission

    $5.00
    +$0.13 service fee

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