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Museums
03/19
Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens
Jacksonville, Florida
03/19
WheatonArts
Millville, New Jersey
03/18
Fort Lauderdale Historical Society
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
03/18
LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts
Tallahassee, Florida
03/15
The Mariners' Museum and Park
Newport News, Virginia
Museum Vendors
03/10
The Design Minds, Inc.
Fairfax, Virginia
Museum Associations
03/18
Florida Association of Museums
Tallahassee, Florida
02/24
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Austin, Texas

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Lowell, Michigan
Historical Society
Greenville, Michigan
Historical Society
Flint, Michigan
Art
Saint Joseph, Michigan
Niles, Michigan
History
Frankenmuth, Michigan
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Arboretum, Art, Botanical Garden, Children's, Culture, History, Library, Nature Centers, Park
Comprised of 125 acres of natural wetlands, woodlands, meadows and botanical gardens, Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park is a year round experience with indoor tropical, arid, Carnivorous, Victorian and seasonal gardens, world class changing sculpture gallery with shows by international artists, and outdoor acreage featuring a world-class sculpture park, children's garden, historic Michigan's farm garden, amphitheater for summer concert events, nature trails and board walks.
Traverse City, Michigan
History
Detroit, Michigan
Church, History
The First Congregational Church of Detroit has a rich history and remarkable story of the Underground Railroad. During the operation of the Underground Railroad in Detroit, the basement of the First Congregational Church of Detroit that was once located at Fort & Wayne Streets, was used to hide refugees en route to boats at the foot of Wayne Street (now Washington Boulevard), smuggling them across to Windsor.
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