Kudos to Museum for their 75th Anniversary Exhibit

| September 10, 2012 | 1 Comment

I’m hearing great things about the new exhibit “Greenbelt:  The First 75 Years, 1937-2012 by the Greenbelt Museum, on display at the Community Center.  According to their website, the exhibit “examines Greenbelt’s history in timeline form and features photographs, ephemera, and artifacts from Greenbelt’s 75 year history.  Through an interactive feature in the exhibition, Greenbelters are invited to share important dates and moments in their own lives – so bring copies of photos to leave at the exhibition, or jot down favorite memories of Greenbelt experiences while you’re there.”  Very cool!

So cool, in fact, that the Friends of the Museum won a $1,600 grant from Anacostia Trails Heritage Area Inc. for the exhibit.

I asked if I should hurry on down to the Community Center to see this but was relieved to hear the exhibit will be there for at least a year, maybe more.   Monday-Saturday  from 9am-10pm, and Sundays 9am-7pm.  And of course it’s free.

Photo and poster design by Nora Simon. She also designed the display panels.

 

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Susan Harris started this blog and the Greenbelt Maryland Youtube Channel in 2012 in order to get to know her new community and have some fun. Retired from garden writing and teaching, she still blogs at Garden Rant. Susan's primary project in retirement is DC Gardens, a nonprofit media campaign promoting public gardens and gardening in the DC area. It launched in March of 2015.

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  1. Thanks so much for featuring the Museum’s new exhibition!  We are grateful for the exposure. I just wanted to add that the exhibition was also supported by a grant from the Greenbelt Community Foundation. Thanks again.  – Megan Searing Young, Director and Curator of the Greenbelt Museum

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