Thank you to the elementary schools in Potter Valley, Anderson Valley, and Frank Zeek/Ukiah for inviting the Mendocino County Museum Road Show into their classrooms.
Thank you to intrepid thespians Linda Pack, Kate Magruder, Billy Hetherington and David Alden for shining their theatrical light on local history.
Thank you to Kiersten Hanna Frey for graphics support, Anna Kvinsland for organizational support, and Volunteer Jack Baumann for assistance with the Performance Guide.
And Many Thanks to Ruth Hubbell for making the contacts and connections that allowed this Museum-School match-up to take place for the first time!
Another stop along the way and more wonderful photos!
Posted this about the Museum Road Show School Assembly program presented in Potter Valley. We're very pleased to take the Museum to schools throughout the county.
Notes about Motes
Mote is not misspelled (nor is misspelled, for that matter - I checked). Motes are small specks of dust that become visible silhouetted in beams of light. Although museums may be called dusty closets of history by some, in our use, motes refer to small bits of information about our museum that can be seen when light is shone on them.