January, 2015

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center Announces New Website Honoring Modern Day Abolitionists

WASHINGTON, DC — The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center (NURFC) and the US Department of State’s Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Office announced today a new Heroes website, the TIP Global Heroes Network, that will raise public awareness of modern slavery. This new and comprehensive site, whose launch coincides with Human Trafficking Awareness Month, will help […]

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The Museum of Flight Participating in Seattle’s   Feb. Museum Month

The Museum of Flight Participating in Seattle’s Feb. Museum Month

SEATTLE – Travelers staying in a participating downtown Seattle hotel during the month of February can enjoy half-off admission to The Museum of Flight. The famous aviation and space museum is one of more than 40 museums and cultural organizations offering discounts as part of Seattle’s first Museum Month. Museum Month Guidelines at The Museum […]

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Family-friendly concert at Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum St. Michaels

The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum is inviting families with children of all ages to Chesapeake Songs, Music and Stories with Miss Janie on Saturday, March 7 from 2-3 p.m. in its Van Lennep Auditorium. Space is limited, with pre-registration encouraged. Participants will join storyteller and singer Janie Meneely as she shares watermen’s tales and songs, […]

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Final days to experience OMNIMAX® film Jerusalem at Cincinnati Museum Center

Final days to experience OMNIMAX® film Jerusalem at Cincinnati Museum Center

CINCINNATI – There are only a few days left to experience Jerusalem, the breathtaking OMNIMAX® film that takes you inside the sacred city like never before. Jerusalem leaves the Robert D. Lindner Family OMNIMAX® Theater February 12. Sacred to half the people on earth, fought over more than any other place in history, conquered and […]

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