If you've got a favorite exhibit or a special topic that you're interested in, we've got just the way you can help the Museum.
The Museum has many long-term exhibits that have been enjoyed for over a decade. We're interested in cleaning, updating, and even expanding them when we have the resources to do so.
To the right is a couple of our major exhibits and their needs.
How does an exhibit get adopted? Interested parties can pick a particular exhibit and donate funds toward any or all of the associated needs. Once all of the estimated costs are covered, we will launch the refurbishment, reconstruction or addition to the exhibit. Since exhibits are integrated presentations of artifacts, text, and design, for the most part, they need to be worked on as a whole rather than doing only one improvement at a time.
Upcoming exhibits need sponsors to launch them. It takes a tremendous amount of planning and work to create a new exhibit from scratch or to find an appropriate traveling exhibit to rent. If you're interested in bringing a particular topic to life, please let us know. There's a good chance that we've got that interest, too.
Please contact the Museum Director if you're interested in adoption or sponsorship! Contact us.
Exhibits In Need of Care & Attention
people could select among the recorded memories to read,
listen or watch.
2. An interactive station for younger children about food,
maybe a short table with stools and jigsaw puzzles about
food, or fabric food that can be arranged on plates
(designing the station would be part of the project).