Guests attending either of the final two spring presentations in the Finney County Historical Society’s history lecture series in Garden City will learn about the 200th anniversary of the Santa Fe Trail. The programs are set for noon April 14 and 7 p.m. April 20 in the Mary Regan Conference Room of the Finney County Museum. Admission is free and access is through the north museum entrance. The April 14 speaker is Linda Peters of Lakin, a Kearny County Historical Society officer and leader in the Santa Fe Trail Association. The speaker April 20 will be Dr. Lee Oliva of Woodston, retired Fort Hays State University history professor and author of numerous books about the trail, Kansas history and the frontier. The trail’s mountain route runs through Garden City and is marked by a memorial stone along Maple Street in Finnup Park. The noon lecture is part of the History at High Noon series, taking place the second Wednesday of January, February, March, April, September, October and November. The 7 p.m. talk is part of the Evenings at the Museum series, sponsored by the AT&T Pioneers Southern Council on the third Wednesday of those months. Attendance is limited to 40-42 and additional COVID precautions apply.