The Finney County Historical Society’s Evening at the Museum history lecture series is open for the fall season, with presentations at 7 p.m. the third Tuesday of each month at the Finney County Museum, 403 S. Fourth in Garden City. Admission is free and those who attend are welcome to bring their own dinner, if desired. The museum provides beverages and dessert. Segments include Old-Time School Memories on Aug. 21, led by Norman Clark; Southwest Kansas Stone Points and Arrowheads, Sept. 18 by Chad Myers; and A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words, Oct. 16 by Museum Education Coordinator Johnetta Hebrlee, focusing on ways to trace history through photographs. There will also be a special Saturday program at 7 p.m. Nov. 10, when Humanities Kansas will host a presentation and moderated discussion, based on a film about the experience of walking across the state, produced by Kansas native Patrick Ross. The evening presentations are sponsored by the AT&T Pioneers Southern Council.