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AIASC Receives National Award

On Friday, March 21 during the Grassroots Leadership and Legislative Conference Awards Luncheon, AIASC was honored with a 2014 Component Excellence Award for Public Affairs and Communications Outstanding Overall Program for its Kids In Architecture workshops held during the month of October in children’s museums throughout South Carolina. 196 more words

Advocacy

Faciliting the Group Experience

During spring break I visited the San Antonio Children’s Museum (SACM) located in the downtown area near the popular River Walk area. I was accompanied by my wife, daughter, and 17 month old grandson, Liam. 564 more words

Exhibitions

The Children's Museum of the Treasure Coast

The Children’s Museum of the Treasure Coast is located in Indian Riverside Park. You can easily spend a day at the museum, then play on the beach and in the fountains. 31 more words

Florida Attractions

NH museum offers discounted tickets

The New Hampshire Children’s Museum has recently revised their system of providing low income families with discounted admission.

In the past, the museum gave the discounted passes to social welfare programs, but the passes did not always make it to the families and the process involved lots of paperwork. 147 more words

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Strings Attached: Your Guide to the Smithsonian’s Puppet Exhibit

Puppets aren’t just for peewees. Proof positive: The second and final rotation of the “Puppetry in America” exhibit at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, where Howdy Doody and Cookie Monster co-mingle to showcase the history and future of marionettes, will catch your eye as much as that of your mini-ventriloquist.  457 more words

Indoor Fun

Children's Museum Exhibits Superhero Science

This Thursday, Duluth Children’s Museum in Minnesota will be hosting a fundraiser for the renovation of a hundred-year-old brewery building in the area, showing its role in the community, and the ability to engage its members. 128 more words

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Photo Post 15: Restaurants and Robots in South Carolina

We found some interesting spots on our trip through the Upstate that we did not visit this time around. Here’s an interesting sign in Anderson. In the brief period in the 1950s when Zesto was a nearly-national chain, this place opened. 558 more words

South Carolina