MOR TwoFly Benefit


MOR explores unique topics in science and history through world-class speakers. 


From astronomy and paleontology to current topics related to changing exhibits, MOR invites adults to learn more about museum content through various speakers year-round.  For a complete list of upcoming lectures, please visit the Calendar page.



Extreme History Project
MOR is pleased to host the Extreme History Project lecture series that encourages public understanding of the way our history has shaped our present. Speakers will take a fresh look at intriguing historical topics.
Lectures are held monthly, typically on the third Thursday from 6-7pm. 

Archaeology Institute of America
In partnership with the Archaeology Institute of America, MOR is pleased to host national speakers on a variety of archaeology related topics.
Lectures are typically held twice annually. 

Elise R. Donohue Lectures on the American West
in Memory of Walter S. Rosenbury

This lecture series features presentations by foremost scholars on the American Western experience.  Past programs have included lectures on American Indian topics, National Parks, and the homesteader experience.
Lectures are typically held twice annually. 

Gallatin History Museum
Join MOR and the Gallatin History Museum for monthly lectures focused on the dynamic and lively history of the Gallatin Valley.
Lectures are held monthly, typically on the second Wednesday from 6-7pm. 



Rent the Hager Auditorium for your lecture.  To learn more visit the Facility Rentals page.