As part of the current "What's In a Name, Tracing Our Valley's Early Families" exhibit, the speakers will talk to museum visitors at 10:30 a.m. about the valley's storied past, and will discuss local pioneer family portraits and other historic items on display.

On March 9, the speaker will be Roxie Wiedemann Lindsay, who will appear as Mary Wiedemann and will talk about her family and Wiedemann Ranch.

On March 16, Betty Humburg Dunlap will discuss her family -- the Stones and the Humburgs.

March 23, Betty Casey will represent Rose Peters and the Portuguese Americans who settled in the valley.

March 30, Sonya Borlandelli will speak as Mary Cox Baldwin, grandmother of Cong. John F. Baldwin Jr.

The museum is at 205 Railroad Ave., Danville. Admission is $5 per family, $3 per adult, $2 per student, $1 per child, or free with membership.

For details, visit www.museumsrv.org or call 925-837-3750.