The legendary Amelia Earhart visits Museum on 1 August
On Tuesday, 1 August at 6 pm, the Lakewood History Museum will host a display of memorabilia related to the famous aviatrix Amelia Earhart.
Amelia mysteriously disappeared on 2 July, 1937 while attempting a dangerous, long-distance flight to tiny Howland Island in the Pacific.
Our display is presented by Board member Glen Spieth and will include autographs, rare photos, personal items and more.
In addition, at 6:30 pm the museum will be showing the acclaimed film Amelia...A Love without Limits, A Life Without Fear starring Hillary Swank and Richard Gere.
This powerful film captures Amelia’s rise to fame and includes many unknown aspects of her legendary life.
Don’t miss this exciting, highflying program. Admission is free and so is the popcorn! Film is rated PG and runs 1 hour, 50 minutes.