Lost & Found: The Search for USS Lagarto (Hungry for History)
USS Lagarto was the 21st submarine built in Manitowoc by the Manitowoc Shipbuilding Company. On its second war patrol, Lagarto was lost during an attack in the Gulf of Thailand.
Nearly 60 years to the date, the wreck was discovered. Wisconsin Maritime Museum Submarine Curator, Karen Duvalle will share the journey after the discovery, which will include incredible stories of the crew, finding and meeting their families, discoveries and connections made along the way, and how this discovery set the standard for more WWII submarine wrecks.
This program is part of the Hungry for History series.
Hungry for History Menu: Pulled BBQ Pork sandwich with coleslaw and a bowl of soup. If you have dietary restrictions, please note that when placing your reservation to attend the program.
About the Hungry for History Series:
This program is part of the Society’s Hungry for History series with a meal following the program. Doors will open at 5 pm for the program. The presentation will begin at 5:30 pm with a meal to follow. If you have dietary restrictions, please note that when placing your reservation to attend the program.
Advanced registration required by November 9. The cost is $35. MCHS Members receive a 15% discount.
Registration opens on February 15!
The dates and information listed here are subject to change. Please call to verify dates and details.