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Oaida International

4 Programs Available Learn African Music Live from Ghana Oiada International would like to take a trip through time to experience the history of music via theatrical performance, skits and live interaction with students. Music is an international...

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Ohio Creative Learning Factory

7 Different Programs Available The Story of the Carved Potato: The Origins of the Jack-'O-Lantern Ever wonder why we carve faces into pumpkins for Halloween? When the Irish immigrants came to America, they brought their own beliefs and traditions,...

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Panhandle Plains Historical Museum

6 Programs Available Buffalo Soldiers: Defenders of the West Buffalo Soldiers played an important role in settling the Panhandle-Plains Region in the years after the Civil War. The Buffalo Soldier Calvary and Infantry divisions were responsible for...

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Pennsbury Manor

The Tour of Pennsbury Manor Learn about William Penn, the founding of Pennsylvania, and everyday life in the late 17th century during this informative and interactive program. Students participate in a fun activity involving authentic 17th century...

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Sheffield Museum of Rural Life

7 Different Programs Available A History of Farming - From Ancient to Modern Times Using a combination of slideshow and artifacts, the evolution of farming from its earliest beginnings to the new millenium is explained.  Cost $125. Provider: Sheffield...

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Sitka National Park and Monument

1 Program Available Timeless Totems: A Carved History of the Alaskan Coast On an island amid towering spruce and hemlock, Sitka National Historical Park preserves the site of a watershed battle between invading Russian traders and indigenous Kiks.adi...

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Sixth Floor Museum – Special Program

  Marketing the Candidates: Objects from the 1960 & 1964 Campaigns  November 6 at 9:00 am How did people advertise their choice of Presidential candidate in the early 1960's and how has that changed in the past 50+ years? Connect with The...

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The 9/11 Tribute Center

Listen to stories about 9/11. Interact with primary sources and establish a personal connection to History.   Cost: $100

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The National WWII Museum

Virtual Tours for Seniors Broadcasting LIVE from The National WWII Museum Connect with the Trip Advisor #1 rated attraction in New Orleans and #4 rated Museum in the US in this interactive and exciting virtual tour lead by a Museum educator. Seniors...

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The Paley Center for Media

The Golden Years of Television Between the late ‘40s and early ‘60s the medium of television became the dominant form of home entertainment. With only a few hours of programming a day, people excitedly tuned-in to se what this new technology would...

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