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ALABAMA MILITARY HALL OF HONOR MUSEUM

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The Alabama Military Hall of Honor is located on the beautiful campus of Marion Military Institute in Marion, Alabama.  Our hours of operation for the academic year are as follows: Monday thru Friday, 2:00pm-4:00pm and by appointment.  Please call 334-302-1038

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Exhibit: “Is there a Doctor in the House?

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Feb. 3 – Dec. 22, 2019Exhibit: “Is there a Doctor in the House? Laurel’s Healthcare Stories” Laurel Historical Society Museum, 817 Main Street, Laurel, MD 20707 Explores the pharmacies, hospitals, medicines and people who have cared for Laurel for the past 200 years. Free and open to the public. Wednesday & Fridays 10-2, and Sundays 1-4. Experience. Expand. Explore!Just minutes…

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Manistee’s Sesquicentennial

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2019 marks the 150th anniversary (or sesquicentennial) of this event and to mark the celebration, the Manistee County Historical Museum, along with other area businesses and organizations, is hosting a variety of events throughout the year that will help in honoring the past 150 years. Wednesday, February 27, 2019 – “Fun with the Founding Fathers”Where: Elks Lodge (located at 432 River…

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Open Mic Sundays in Poipu

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Open Mic every Sunday in Poipu 4:30 to 7:00 pm at Paco’s Tacos Cantina. More info www.openmickauai.com

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Sequim Farmers Market

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Unique handmade & homegrown gifts and produce from local artisans and farmers.

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Arcadia Daze

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Find yourself in the quaint coastal community this summer during the Arcadia Daze celebration.  This festival is a great local event that celebrates the heritage of Arcadia Michigan. All events are at Finch Park unless otherwise noted. *2018 Schedule | 2019 Schedule coming soon*FRIDAY JULY 27TH 4:30pm  |  OPENING CEREMONY — featuring Arcadia VFW Post 5:00pm  |  PULLED PORK SANDWICHES 5:00pm…

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Ghost Town of Independence

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Photo courtesy of Aspen Historical Society Led by Nina Gabianelli, Aspen Historical Society With the help of the Aspen Historical Society, we will explore the ghost town of Independence—the first mining site in the Roaring Fork Valley. In the early 1880s, it was home to 1,500 miners, 40 businesses, three post offices, and a rich gold lode. However, it quickly went…

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Moab Free Concert Series

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The 3rd Annual Moab Free Concert Series presents a family friendly free live music performance at Swanny City Park every Friday in July. Featuring a local opening act and a touring headliner performing folk, alt-country, Americana, world and other popular music. The series runs from 5 PM to 8 PM under the large cottonwood trees. The Moab Farmer’s Market takes…

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Gems, Fossils, and Volcanoes of Eastern Idaho

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Led by Dr. Julia McHugh, MWC Curator of Paleontology The Gem State is a rock hound’s paradise. We will explore the volcanic Snake River Plain and Craters of the Moon National Monument to see first-hand the fiery origins of so many of the state’s geologic features. We will tour the Museum of Idaho and the Idaho Museum of Natural History,…

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La Table Francaise at The Village

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Get to know the locals at La Table Francaise at Le Vieux Village, a monthly French Table for children and adults in Opelousas. Grab a cup of coffee and hear funny tales about growing up in rural Louisiana and even hear a song or two, all in French. Multiple dialects are spoken, so anyone is welcome to join in. Often, musicians will…

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