The U.S. Marshals Museum facility is scheduled to open in the Fall of 2019. Exhibits will follow. Don’t miss out on the excitement as that date rapidly draws nears. There will be lots of celebrations, educational events, and seminars. Stay up-to-date by registering for our newsletters. You can also keep up with upcoming events on social media.
This spring, the United States Marshals Museum will host its sixth annual spring lecture series Power & Politics: Know Your Arkansas State Government. The three-part series began on March 4 with a presentation on the judicial branch and it’s five court systems: Arkansas Supreme Court, Arkansas Court of Appeals, Circuit Courts, District Courts, and City Courts as established by the Arkansas Constitution in 1836.
The series will continue April 1 with a presentation on the legislative branch, which operates on a bicameral system composed of the Arkansas Senate and House of Representatives. The third and final lecture will be on May 6, focusing on the executive branch which is currently headed by Governor Asa Hutchinson.
Heavy hors d’oevres will be served and a cash bar will be available for those attending. Tickets can be purchased online or at the door for $20 for the entire series or $10 per lecture. To register for the event(s), please visit our Eventbrite page at https://bit.ly/2SLwdys. You can find links to the page on both the Marshals Museum website as well as on our social media platforms.
For more information, or for help purchasing tickets, please contact Meredith Baldwin at (479) 709-3766.