Wednesday 15 November 2017
Date:21/10/2017 - 03/12/2017 9:00AM-5:00PM
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Daily: Special Exhibit - WaterWays

Special Exhibit: WaterWays

The Frontier Culture Museum has a new and exciting opportunity available for students and families this Fall, and everyone is invited!  The Museum will be hosting the Smithsonian Institution’s Museum on Main Street exhibit, Water|Ways, from October 21st until December 3rd.

This exhibit is an excellent addition to our educational programs.  You are invited to visit this exhibit anytime, but if you are planning to come in a large group, please contact reservations@frontiermuseum.org to schedule your visit.  And educators, if already planning a field trip to the Museum, we will incorporate the exhibit into your day’s activities. 

The Water/Ways exhibit explores the following questions:

  • How do Americans use water? How is water represented in our society? In what ways do we use water as a symbol?
  • How does water unite communities? How does conflict over water emerge and how do communities resolve it?
  • How does water affect the way we live, work, worship, create, and play?
  • How do we care for water and sustain it for the future?

The Water/Ways exhibit is located in the Museum’s Welcome Center and is FREE to all visitors from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.

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