Evening Lecture: Peek Into Programs
July 27, 2023 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm| $7.00
Learn about educational programming at the Bartow History Museum
BHM’s education and programming department gives you an inside look into what it takes to research, plan, and execute a museum program. From field trips to lectures, and adult events, come peek behind the curtain and see how your support is put to work!
This lecture is free for BHM Members.$7 for not-yet-members.
Get to Know the Education Team
A lifelong lover of history, it was fate that found Bethanie at one of BHM’s Sip ‘n Stroll events this past spring. She quickly found her new home at the museum and jumped in with both feet to begin educating students coming through the museum’s robust education program. Bethanie holds a BS in history from Mercer University and has years of practical experience with children, which she applies daily in her new position as an educator. She has called Cartersville home for over two years, having relocated from Marietta in 2021. When not working Bethanie can usually be found nose deep in a book, working in her garden, or chasing after her husband John, and beloved Irish setter, Maggie.
Tori Cline joined the Bartow History Museum staff in 2022 as an educator. She lives in Cartersville with her husband Jack and their one-year-old, Fowler Elizabeth. After graduating from Adairsville High School, Tori moved to Athens, GA where she pursued a Bachelor’s of Arts in Religion, also gaining a minor in history and graduating in 2017. Tori’s passion lies not just in learning about history but also in sharing that information with anyone who will listen. Moving back to Bartow County, getting married, and starting a family prompted Tori to get involved with the community’s local history.
Jordan Duncan is the Bartow History Museum Program Manager. Originally from south Louisiana, he has been a Georgia resident since 1998. Jordan holds a Bachelor’s Degree in World History and Cultures, a certificate in Public History, and a minor in Classical Studies from Kennesaw State University. He lives in Canton, Ga with his wife Chelsea and their three cats. Over the last seven years, he has held various positions within the museum field. In addition to his passion for history and history education, Jordan is an avid lover of all things pop-culture related such as music, film, animation, comic books, and video games. He is always up for a good ghost story and in his spare time, he is a vlogger and podcaster.