Monthly lectures by some of the foremost experts on tequila are held on Saturdays and are free to the public. We welcome students of all ages and abilities. Keep an eye on the lecture schedule because it changes often. Students should inquire about graduate and post-graduate level workshops that may be accepted for university credit. Educators wishing to further their knowledge for coursework should pick up a copy of “The Complete Guide to Tequila Education” at the Gift Shop or Information Desk. This guidebook is free to students and educators.
Our latest series incorporates dynamic and memorable stories of mankind’s relationship with tequila. The Lecture Series has grown and now presents approximately 35 lectures each year designed to enlighten and engage curious minds with thought-provoking topics and meaningful dialogue about tequila and tequila culture.
Unless noted, Lecture Series events are held in the Main Lobby of the Museum on Saturday. Lectures begin at 1:00 P.M. and doors open at 12:15 P.M. Each lecture features a presentation by the author, a Q&A with the audience, book signing, and a light reception.
Oak Barrel Society member may make a reservation by calling the Lectures Hotline or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Reservations are not required, but encouraged. General Admission seating is available for non-Members.
Author’s books are sold in the Museum Shop and will be available the evening of the lecture. For more information, please call the Museum Shop.