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Museum curator thanks his inspiration: a sixth-grade history teacher
April 29, 2015 · 3 Comments

As a museum curator, I have the pleasure of working with lots of volunteers. Most of them are students who are interested in archaeology, anthropology and museum careers. This time of the year, as graduation nears, there is an uptick in requests to come visit with me and ask for information and advice. “How did […]

Labor Day! Fun For The Long Weekend At HMNS
August 30, 2011 · Be The First To Comment

Monday is Labor Day – and you know what that means, right? LONG WEEKEND. In case you’re wondering how to fill the long hours between Friday afternoon and Tuesday morning, here’s a list of the top ten weekend experiences you can have with the family at HMNS all weekend long. That’s right – we’re open […]



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