Port Washington 1860 Light Stations
Are you looking for interesting speakers to entertain and educate your patrons?
Consider Lights of the Lakes!
Lights of the Lakes is an engaging visual tour of Great Lakes lighthouses. Your patrons will learn how these historic structures provided safety, security, reliability, and protection to mariners in the past. They will photographically visit over 60 different lighthouses, learn how they work, learn about the shipwrecks that occurred when they failed, and much more.
Lights of the Lakes is very popular with historical societies, clubs and organizations, senior communities, and anyone with an interest in Great Lakes maritime history. Presented to over 7,000 people to date, Lights of the Lakes consists of over 200 photographs, including striking portraits of over 60 different Great Lakes Lighthouses. It is accompanied by music and sound effects.
What do sponsors say about Lights of the Lakes?
Who has sponsored Lights of the Lakes?
Several leading Wisconsin museums have treated their patrons to a presentation of Lights of the Lakes, including:
• Door County Maritime Museum (Sturgeon Bay)
• Geneva Lake Museum (Lake Geneva)
• Marathon County Historical Museum (Wausau)
• Port Washington 1860 Light Station Museum (Port Washington)
• Wisconsin Maritime Museum (Manitowoc)
• Wisconsin State Historical Museum (Madison)
Who is the Presenter?
Lights of the Lakes is presented by Phillip L. Block.
For more information about Phil, visit ABOUT THE PRESENTER.
Promoting Your Lights of the Lakes Show
Program sponsors typically create promotional materials to alert their patrons to the upcoming show. These include flyers, posters, programs, and more.
To fuel YOUR creative process, you can see a varierty of promotional items created by past show sponsors — see PAST SHOW PROMOS.
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