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Exhibits focus on early childhood development and the three themes: arts, culture, and science. Offers admission, program, and membership information.
Connecticut's adventure in art and science. Planetarium shows daily, the challenger learning center, hands-on science and art exhibits, and school programs.
Explore the role of the objects in people's lives and the clues they offer about individuals, cultures, and history. Located in Brooklyn, New York.
Features thirteen permanent interactive exhibits on three floors and provides information about activities, birthday parties, rentals and membership.
Offers educational entertainment at its hands-on best. A hands-on museum for infants to 10 year olds, the Discovery Museum offers fifteen larger-than-life, kid powered, interactive exhibit areas. Located in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
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War of 1812 Museum / Plattsburgh, NY / Homeschool Field Trip We decided to go on a last minute field trip today and thought we would take you along! May you be blessed.
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ccdi2022Educational and cultural institutions that seek to amplify the stories of Black, Indigenous, Hispanic or Latino, Asian American and Pacific Islander communities, and other communities of color by using the Library’s digital collections are invited to apply for the second round of grant opportunities through the? Of the People: Widening the Path? Connecting Communities Digital Initiative at the Library of Congress.The Connecting Communities Digital Initiative focuses on the ways technology can enable storytelling and expose more people to the Library’s expansive collections.Click here for more information.
The Library of Congress today announced that three grants, totaling $250,000, have been awarded from the Connecting Communities Digital Initiative through a program available to Libraries, Archives, Museums, Minority-Serving Higher Education Institutions and Artists/Scholars. The 2022 awardees — Huston-Tillotson University in Texas, Kenton County Public Library in Kentucky, and Maya Cade, founder of the Black Film Archive in New York — will use these funds to support imaginative uses, remixes and reuses of the Library’s digital collections centering on the lives, histories and experiences of Black, Indigenous and other communities of color. Click here for more information.
History Unfolded Online Research SprintPlease join the Library of Congress for an online participatory research event with the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum for their History Unfolded project. Help uncover what was being reported about the Holocaust in local newspapers during the years 1933-1945 by researching in the Library’s historic newspaper archive, Chronicling America. Please register for the event and check the Library of Congress Event page for more information.When: Monday, April 18, 2022; 6pm – 8:30pm, Eastern TimeRequest ADA accommodations five business days in advance at (202) 707-6362 or ADA@loc.gov.
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