Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Lewis & Clark- Lecture at Frazier History Museum

The Frazier International History Museum hosts various lectures throughout the year. This one happened to coinside with our study on Lewis & Clark.
It was free & the Frazier provided yogurt dip & fresh fruit snacks along with cookies & drinks. (They encourage you to bring a sack lunch)
We learned about "Kentuckians who participated on the Expedition" & were able to purchase extra info for our study.
It was an interesting hour which included a question & answer time afterward. It was a terrific way to look at the character traits, courage, and gifts that each explorer "brought to the table" for the famous expedition.
The next scheduled free lecture is "Daniel Boone" on April 15 at 12 noon. Check the website- http://www.frazierarmsmuseum.org/ for any other lecture or museum information.

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