Posts Tagged ‘The Hastings Museum of Natural and Cultural History’
Monday, September 12th, 2011 by The Hastings Museum of Natural and Cultural History
Did you know the Hastings Museum holds a free monthly brown bag lunch series? Yup. We do. We’ve been doing this for almost two years. Each month we discuss a different topic using artifacts from the collection, some of which haven’t been seen by the public for several years. Afterwards, you can pull on the bright green curator gloves and touch the objects for yourself.
Monday, August 22nd, 2011 by The Hastings Museum of Natural and Cultural History
The Hastings Museum is very honored to host the upcoming exhibit Remembering Our Fallen, which includes photos of the Nebraskans and western Iowans killed during The War on Terror.
Wednesday, June 15th, 2011 by The Hastings Museum of Natural and Cultural History
What do you remember about 1968? Your pale pink dress? Your favorite Beatles album? Your first kiss? Have you only read about 1968 from a book or watched a video of highlight footage on YouTube? Whatever your age, you’ll be able to experience 1968 this summer during the Hastings Museum’s Summer of Love: 1968 in America.
Monday, May 2nd, 2011 by The Hastings Museum of Natural and Cultural History
We are super excited about our SummerFun classes this year. Your child can explore medieval times, American Girl dolls, Star Wars, 1968, the science of weather, animals, fairy tales, the great outdoors, art, and Kool-Aid. There is something for ages Pre-K and above.
Tuesday, April 5th, 2011 by The Hastings Museum of Natural and Cultural History
Sheryl Crow said “a change will do you good.” But not all people like change. As museum employees, however, we’re forced to embrace it. State testing and evolving state education standards forces us to revamp our school programs almost monthly it seems. Social media took us for a loop at first, but we’ve grabbed on and embraced it like a cat embraces a catnip toy.
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