Donation Drive
Nov. 23 - Dec. 7

Harvesters Food Donation Drive

Donate nonperishable goods to Harvesters and receive Buy One, Get One admission to the Museum and Memorial.
Friday-Sunday, Nov. 11-13

Veterans Day 2022

Join us in honoring veterans with special activities and free public ceremonies on the grounds. Admission to the Museum and Memorial is free for veterans and active duty military personnel, while general admission for the public is half-price all weekend.
Friday, Nov. 25 - 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Blood Drive

Give thanks this season by supporting those in need just as soldiers did over 100 years ago in donating blood. Appointments are requested to donate at this blood drive; walk-ins will be accepted.
Reception and lecture
Monday, Nov. 14 - 6 p.m.

Europe’s New Postwar Era

Martin Conway (Kinder Institute and Oxford) considers how past attempts to turn war into peace in 1918, 1945 and 1989 might inform Europe’s response to the 2022 crisis in Ukraine.
At Third Street Social
Thursday, Nov. 17 - 5:30 p.m.

Modernist Happy Hour

Join The Modernists for drinks and general revelry on the third Thursday of the month. This month's happy hour is at Third Street Social.
Lecture
Tuesday, Nov. 8 - 6:30 p.m.

Pershing Lecture Series: Knocking Russia Out of the War

Follow along with Dr. Scott Stephenson through the Battle of Riga and landings on the Baltic islands, as the German army and navy forces sought the last push that would bring peace to the Eastern Front.
Wednesday, Oct. 19 - Friday, Oct. 21

Rise Above: Traveling Exhibit

Rise Above is a mobile movie theater featuring two compelling original short films that tell the stories of the Tuskegee Airmen and the WASPs (Women Airforce Service Pilots), and the obstacles they both overcame.
Members-only Exhibition Preview
Thursday, Oct. 27 - 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

Member Preview: Captured

Members, this is your opportunity to see the newest exhibition at the National WWI Museum and Memorial, Captured, before it opens to the public.
Wylie Gallery

Captured

Open Oct. 28: Nearly 9 million people were held as prisoners of war at some point during the four brutal years of the Great War – by both sides. Seldom told, their experiences are some of the most

Ruth Law

At age 21, Ruth Law bought her first airplane from Orville Wright, who refused to train her since he believed women did not have the mechanical aptitude for flight. She subsequently made a name for
Conference
Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 6-8

Churchill: War and Peace

Join us for the 39th International Churchill Conference at the Museum and Memorial, organized by the International Churchill Society. Tickets are available through the International Churchill Society, prices vary.
Lecture
Monday, Oct. 24 - 6 p.m.

Asia in Flanders Fields

Peoples from around the globe came forward at the call of the empires to the trenches of the Western Front. Join Dr. Dominiek Dendooven as he explores the impact of Asia on Europe’s battlefields. Book signing to follow.
Auditorium Lobby
Sunday, Oct. 23 - 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Day in the Life: The Eastern Front

This month, the Living History Volunteer Corps will focus on the soldiers and civilians of various nationalities who served or were impacted by the fighting on the Eastern Front.