On the third Tuesday of every month in 2019, the Branson Centennial Museum is hosting an hour-long “Tuesday Talk” featuring notable locals and celebrities. The presentations are from 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. and cover a wide variety of fascinating topics.
On Tuesday, May 21st, 21-year veteran Highway Patrolman and author Terry Bible will share “Timeless Trooper Tales” and take questions about what it’s like to be an officer serving our community in Missouri Highway Patrol Troop D. Bible is the author of “I’m the Guy Who Is the Boss on This Highway.”
Past presentations have seen performer Moe Bandy discussing his friend President George H.W. Bush and “Bogie” Bohinc, Dave Napier and Jay Daversa telling stories about their time backing legendary performers.
Admission to the museum and the presentations are free.
The museum is located at 120 S. Commercial Street in the heart of Downtown Branson in the former Branson Mercantile/Reish Shoe storefront. The museum is supported through the donations of visitors, patrons and the hard work of many volunteers. It is part of the nonprofit White River Valley Historical Society.
The Branson Centennial Museum opened in 2012 as a celebration of Branson’s 100th anniversary. Rotating exhibits educate visitors and residents alike on the history of Branson and Taney County. A small bookstore/gift shop is also onsite.
The museum is a short walk from Sparky Trolley Stop G1/O8 (the Liberty Plaza stop) and Stop O5 (Main and Commercial Streets).
Check the museum’s Facebook page for information about future “Tuesday Talk” speakers and other great events at the Branson Centennial Museum.
Branson Centennial Museum
120 S. Commercial St.
Downtown Branson Mo