The Orion Historical Society sponsored our June 2018 lecture at the Orion Township Library and the Lake Orion Review did a great article promoting the event. Read all about it here…
In February of 2018, we had great attendance for our “Orphan Train in Michigan” lecture at the Shelby Township Library. Shelby TV came our and did a segment about us:
New lecture for 2016!
We spoke in Lansing at the Michigan Industrial and Technology Education Society (MITES) and created a video promoting their mission of getting youth involved in the various trades:
We just wrapped up a music video project for Eagle Creek Academy in Oakland Township, Michigan. Rick Beard from Beard Media Company brought out his new drone with the 4k Sony camera. As soon as we wrapped up shooting for the day, the weather turned!
Program Source International also wrapped up the Co-Op Elevator Co. “100 Year Anniversary Video” and also created a promo “In Unity there is Strength” highlighting their services.
A new lecture “Michigan’s Passenger Pigeon: Gone Forever” has been completed. We’re now taking bookings!
We were in Greenville, Michigan on April 16 for the “One Book One County” program at the Greenville High School Performing Arts Center. Here’s the article where they talk about the lecture.
The Tri-City Times Online promoted our April 10 Amelia Earhart lecture in Imlay City with the following article:
The Midland Daily News came out and covered our February 20, 2015 lecture at the Midland County Historical Society. Read the story here: “Civil War stories told, Midland exhibit praised”
or download the pdf of the article.
More coverage on our “Orphan Train in Michigan” lecture when we spoke at the Troy, Michigan Library in January, 2015. Here’s the link to the article in the Troy Times.
September 2014 Update: It’s been a busy summer with a variety of documentary projects, corporate work and lots of lectures. This year, we’ll do over 60 around the state. We had the opportunity to give our newest lecture “When Amelia Came to Michigan” up in Reese, Michigan on September 3rd. To celebrate the event, “Amelia” cookies were commissioned as a treat for the audience.
The following week we were presenting our Michigan Lumbering Day’s lecture at the Harbor Beach Library. They even made snacks to match the topic of the lecture: chocolate covered sticks (pretzels) and chocolate log rolls.
April 2014: Announcing our 17th Lecture “When Amelia Came to Michigan”: This is the real life story of Amelia Earhart’s adventures in Michigan. Our many years of research indicates she was here more than 25 times promoting the aviation industry and opportunities for women in this field. Our lecture and visual presentation begins with her childhood at the turn of the century, her family life and education, early flying experiences, the world records and her 8 years of adventures in Michigan. Over a 10 year period, we collected Michigan newspaper articles about Amelia, also hundred’s of photographs, old film footage, plus the music from the 1920’s and 30’s. This was the era of the Jazz Age, the Charleston, Foxtrot, Quick Time, and Swing. Download the .pdf document here.
Over the last couple years, we’ve been working with Rob Mies and all the great people at the Organization for Bat Conservation , located on the campus of the Cranbrook Institute of Science, on various projects helping to promote their organization. “The Science of Bats” is a 53 minute video where you’ll learn about the importance of bats, building a bathouse, how to plant a wildlife garden, and how to find bats in your neighborhood. “Science of Bats” is perfect for kids and adults who want to learn all about bats.r the last couple years, we’ve been working with Rob Mies and all the great people at the Organization for Bat Conservation , located on the campus of the Cranbrook Institute of Science, on various projects helping to promote their organization. “The Science of Bats” is a 53 minute video where you’ll learn about the importance of bats, building a bathouse, how to plant a wildlife garden, and how to find bats in your neighborhood. “Science of Bats” is perfect for kids and adults who want to learn all about bats.
On August 4th, 2013, the Detroit Free Press featured an article on the Orphan Train and contacted us for our comments and additional research information. Here’s t he link to the article: http://www.freep.com/article/20130804/NEWS06/308040040/-Orphan-trains-brought-thousands-children-Michigan-from-New-York-City
Shortly after the Detroit News article appeared, we received a phone call from the Lucy Ann Lance Show on 1290 WLBY, requesting an interview to talk about the Orphan Train in Michigan. Here’s the link to the podcast (scroll down toward the bottom of the page) : http://lucyannlance.com/?p=36950