The concluding spring season program in the Finney County Historical Museum’s 2018 Evening at the Museum lecture series will take place April 17 in Garden City with a presentation by Norman Clark, focusing on German Mennonite history. The series features a different one-hour presentation on the third Tuesday of each month, January through April and September through November. All programs take place at 7 p.m. in the meeting room of the Finney County Historical Museum, 403 S. Fourth in Garden City’s Finnup Park, followed by a question-and-answer period. Admission is free and those who attend should use the museum’s north entrance. The museum staff will provide dessert and beverages. Listeners may bring their own dinner, if desired. Sponsored by the Southern Council of the AT&T Pioneers, the session will draw on the presenter’s own research and sources, as well as his past teaching experience. Clark taught middle school history for 41 years in Garden City, preceded by five years in Atwood and Victoria. During his years at Abe Hubert Middle School, he took students to National History Day five times in Washington, DC. After Clark’s retirement, the courtyard at Horace Good Middle School was named in his honor. He has offered evening and noon hour presentations at the museum several times in the past.