Trailside Center, 4700 Dublin Ave. in Midland
For Lunchtime Learners programs, aim to arrive by 11:30am in Trailside and after your table is called, take your lunch into Room 160. The talk will begin as close to 11:45am as possible and end by 1:00pm. Space is limited in the room, so please call ahead to reserve your spot and register for lunch at 633-3700. Lunches are by donation to those over 60, or $5 for those under 60.
Saginaw’s Tim McCoy: Michigan’s Greatest Cowboy
Friday, May 12, 11:45am-1:00pm
Join us as Scott Seeburger, film poster collector and entertainment historian, explores the colorful life of Saginaw native Tim McCoy. Living the life of a cowboy, McCoy was a popular film star starting in the 1920s, a military leader and a liaison to Native American tribes. Sandwiching his film accomplishments between stints of active duty in both WWI and WWII, he returned to Hollywood after serving his country. His long career in the circus brought him to the Great Lakes Bay Region several times. Don’t miss this fascinating presentation enhanced by film clips and artifacts from McCoy’s life!