Tea Series - The Golden Age of Radio

What began as a service medium during WWI, radio quickly transformed into a leisure activity.

How radio changed the listening landscape and media industry after WWI, is presented by Clint Corpe, host of The Morning Show on WBGU-FM, following a delightful tea luncheon. Reservations are required, and may be made through the website or by calling 419-352-0967.

Categories: History & Heritage

Tags: Seniors All Ages All Community


Date:

12 July, 2018

Start Time:

2:00 pm

End Time:

4:00 pm

Location:

Wood County Historical Center & Museum

13660 County Home Rd.

Bowling Green

43402

Cost:

$15 for Adults, $5 for Children, $12 for Wood County Historical Society members


Organizer Information

Name:

Wood County Historical Center and Museum

Phone Number:

4193520967

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