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Santa, of course, is very busy this time of year, but luckily for us, he’s making time to park his sleigh at The Durham Museum for 𝗙𝗮𝗺𝗶𝗹𝘆 𝗡𝗶𝗴𝗵𝘁𝘀 𝘄𝗶𝘁𝗵 𝗦𝗮𝗻𝘁𝗮. The museum will be open late on Tuesday evenings (5-8PM) between now and Christmas as part of Christmas at Union Station presented by FNBO. Share your Christmas wish lists 📝 with Santa himself inside his cabin retreat, enjoy live performances 🎶🎶 by local musicians during the Holiday Concert Series, create holiday crafts, take part in the FNBO Elfie Scavenger Hunt 🔎🔎 and make sure to be inside the Suzanne and Walter Scott Great Hall each Family Night at 7:45PM for snowfall❄️❄️! Family Nights with Santa dates:🗓️ November 28🗓️ December 5🗓️ December 12🗓️ December 19 Family Nights with Santa are FREE for museum members; regular admission applies for non-members. Please note, the museum will close at 4PM and reopen at 5PM for these events. For more information on Christmas at Union Station, including additional dates and times to see Santa » DurhamMuseum.org/christmas.View our Holiday Concert Series schedule » DurhamMuseum.org/holiday-concert-schedule. #ChristmasAtUnionStation2023 #Christmas #Omaha #OmahaChristmasTree #HereComesSantaClaus #DurhamMuseum #DurhamEvents ... See MoreSee Less
How do we get our own NMA beer? Chees to Kansas City Public Library!!! 🍻Cheers to 150 years! 🍻 Stop by Vine Street Brewing Co. to try One For the Books, a Vanilla Kentucky Common Ale celebrating our big birthday.#kclibrary150 ... See MoreSee Less
Join the discussion tomorrow (Friday, Nov. 17th) at 10:30am CDT! The October NMA Monthly Museum Musings topic is "Storytelling" hosted by April White, Director of the G.W. Frank Museum of History and Culture in Kearney, NE. Why do we all love stories so much, and how can you apply storytelling at your museum? Tune in on Friday 11/17 and gain a deeper understanding of the importance of storytelling and how it amplifies visitor experiences. Contact email@example.com for the Zoom link. ... See MoreSee Less
📣 LAST CALL! Don't miss our Photo Preservation 101 Webinar TOMORROW at 2pm! 📸✨Join us for an insightful session on photo preservation basics with Rebecca Elder Cultural Heritage Preservation!🏆 Plus, attendees stand a chance to win exciting prizes: - Exclusive Agents of Deterioration t-shirt 🌟 - 1 of 10 limited edition Gaylord Archival sticker packs 🎉🪑 Secure your spot now: hubs.la/Q028Lkms0Can't make it live? No worries! Register to receive the recording within 24 hours after the event. 📹 #PhotoPreservation #LastCall #WebinarAlert ... See MoreSee Less
Registration is open for our "small But MIGHTY: the powerful resilience of SMALL museums" virtual summit on December 5-6. This summit, developed by small museums for small museums, will provide practical information as well as inspirational stories to prepare participants for the future, including the 250th anniversary of the United States in 2026. Register at tinyurl.com/SmallMuseums23. ... See MoreSee Less
There is still time to register for our final C2C Care webinar of 2023 Decolonizing in Collections Care scheduled for November 16, 2023 at 1pmET. Join speaker Kara Vetter, Senior Director of Cultural Resources at the Museum of Us for this free program! connectingtocollections.org/decolonizing_in_collections_care/ ... See MoreSee Less
Join the discussion today at 10:30am CDT! The October NMA Monthly Museum Musings topic is "Strange Tales from the Museums." Let’s have some fun! Do you have a funny, strange, spooky story about your Museum or Historic Site? Join the discussion and share your experience. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom link. ... See MoreSee Less