Attendees of an upcoming event will be turning their attention to outer space.
“Epic Rivalry” Co-Author Gene Eisman, and Chris Sturdevant, who wrote “Cold War Wisconsin,” will discuss different aspects of the Cold War on March 3.
The Cold War Museum and Old Bust Head Brewing Company in Warrenton are hosting the event, which begins at 1 p.m. at the brewery.
Eisman will focus on what is referred to as the “Space Race,” which the United States and the Soviet Union participated in.
During the Space Race, the two nations aimed to prove their technological superiority, according to History.
Sturdevant will discuss the Cold War’s impact on Wisconsin and why Josef Stalin’s daughter lived there.
Tickets for the presentation can be purchased on eventbrite for $25 or at the door for $35. They include the presentation, a coupon for a drink, a $10 donation to the Cold War Museum, and access to the museum after the event.
Those unable to attend can purchase a ticket online and receive access to the online video afterward. Individuals interested in this option should contact Cold War Museum Executive Director Jason Hall by emailing email@example.com.
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