Join us on Sunday, January 31st, from 2:00 - 3:30 p.m. for a fun and fascinating lecture by Jim Engel, noted cartoonist, designer, pop culture historian, and the Children’s TV Curator for Chicago’s Museum of Broadcast Communications. From the 1940s to the 1980s, Chicago was a center for quality children's television programming. In his illustrated talk, Jim Engel will discuss this golden age of Chicago TV as well as the popular "Garfield Goose and Friends" which was the longest running puppet show on television and hosted by Wilmette's own Frazier Thomas. This free lecture will be preceded by a brief annual meeting of the Wilmette Historical Society to elect board members and bring current and future members up to date on the Society’s doings. Light refreshments will be served.