Chancellor's Lecture Series bringing UFOs, violins to Havre
Last updated 3/24/2017 at 12:43pm
Havre Daily News staff
People have a chance to talk about unidentified flying objects and to listen to a world-class violinist in upcoming weeks, courtesy of Montana State University-Northern’ Chancellor’s Lecture series.
Next week, research scientist and author Joan Bird returns to Havre with her presentation of “UFOs and Extraterrestrials in Montana.”
Bird presents well-documented Montana cases of UFO evidence, including nuclear missile shutdowns, government UFO investigations, and the science behind crop circles. She also tells stories of contact and what people say they have learned from cosmic visitors. Montana is home to some of the most significant, well-documented and interesting UFO reports in the history of ufology. The audience is invited to share their own or their family’s stories.
Bird’s presentation starts at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the Applied Technology Center’s Hensler Auditorium at Northern.
Two weeks later, Jack Glatzer returns to Havre as the Chancellor’s Lecture Series hosts a “Solo Violin Recital” with Glatzer Monday, April 10.
The performance will be at the Montana State University-Northern Applied Technology Center’s Hensler Auditorium beginning at 7:30 p.m. The presentation is free and open to the public.
Returning to Havre for a sixth year and known for his wealth of instrumental beauty, Glatzer, a world-class American violinist who resides in Portugal, will perform a solo violin recital. He introduces each musical work by an informal and intimate commentary and links music to art, history, and civilization.
For more information, people can call 265-3700.
People can visit the website to see the Spring 2017 Chancellor’s Lecture Series at http://msun.edu/news/calendar/events2016/ChancellorSeries.aspx.