Presidential Libraries and Museums

Public Programs

Presidential Library Programs

Each Presidential Library offers a series of programs that offer the public new perspectives on American history. These programs can be both informative and entertaining to Library visitors.

Public programs provide opportunities for the Presidents' friends and family, former Administration officials, and eminent scholars to share insights about history, politics, and current events.

Events have explored military conflict, economics, civil rights, and civic engagement, as well as a host of other topics both directly and indirectly related to the President, the administration, and his Library.

Future scheduled events will examine the:

  • Interstate Highway Act
  • Landmark Supreme Court decision — Brown versus the Board of Education
  • History and influence of America's involvement in Vietnam

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