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SF Maritime Park's Lunchtime "MESS" Library Lecture Series
Thursday from 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM PDT
This event will be livestreamed on our Givebutter page: https://givebutter.com/MESS
Ticket registration (free) required: Please note that our staff will electronically "check-in" your device automatically at 10:55AM on event day. Your bowser should automatically start streaming the event around 11AM. If not, please refresh your screen and click on the large image to activate the live event.
Bert Ho is not only the Chief of Cultural Resources at San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, he is also a maritime archaeologist and a submerged cultural resource diver. Mr. Ho will be sharing his experiences diving in some of the more stranger places such as the thermal vents in Yellowstone Park. Come for a talk but stay for the adventure!
The MESS (Maritime Education for Students of the Sea) are informal lunchtime lectures meant to showcase a wide array of maritime knowledge, research and skills. Subjects in the past have included shipwreck survival, Louise Boyd: Arctic explorer, rope walks and maritime fine arts. Lectures usually last around 40 minutes with time for questions afterwards. The MESS lectures seek to amplify new voices, honor experience and respect the diversity of maritime culture. Each lecture is live broadcasted from this webpage and available for viewing. The MESS lectures are sponsored by the San Francisco Maritime National Park Association to help showcase the collection of San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park. The ongoing lecture series takes place on the last Thursday of every month at 11AM (PST).
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