A salon is a gathering of people, who meet partly for amusement and partly to increase their knowledge through conversation.
The Williamson Museum’s Salon
The Salon encourages open, easy-to-understand conversation. No lectures. No PowerPoint. No technical jargon.
The Salon is an event where anyone can participate in topical discussions with leaders in the fields of science, history, art, archaeology and technology, among other topics. Hosted by The Williamson Museum, these monthly talks are held in the banquet room of Wildfire Restaurant and promote discussion of diverse topics in an informal community setting.
The Salon is a new program hosted by The Williamson Museum with once-a-month presentations by leading professionals and researchers in their respective fields. The presentations will be followed by opportunities to mix and mingle with like-minded people.
Admission is free for the presentation, with refreshments offered by Wildfire Restaurant pay-as-go before and after the formal presentation.
Meetings are held once a month (second Wednesday) and begin at 6:30 pm. If participants want dinner, we suggest that they arrive early (say, 5:30 or 6:00 pm) so that they’re done (or eating) before the program starts, or they can stay and eat after the program is over (8:00 or 8:30 pm) with the speaker at a reserved table at Wildfire.
Check back soon for specific speaker information for the first meeting!