The distillery joins forces with the Natural History Museum

X Sign up for free to receive the latest news straight to your inbox Register The Cooper King Distillery continued its continued commitment to the fight against climate change with the launch of an exclusive carbon negative “Discovery Gin” in collaboration with the Natural History Museum. The York-based distillery that …

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Noon countdown at the Woodlands Children’s Museum

entertainment Through Courtney Topini Coats | December 21, 2021 THE WOODLANDS, TX – Welcome to 2022 at Woodlands Children’s Museum’s annual High Noon Countdown New Years Eve party, designed for parents and children. Offered at a three-hour session on Friday, December 31, guests are invited to play games, create New …

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Metropolitan Museum of Art limits attendance amid virus wave

The Metropolitan Museum of Art said on Tuesday it would limit attendance to around 10,000 visitors per day due to the highly infectious variant of Omicron. During a normal holiday season, the museum would expect almost twice as many visitors. “The safety of our staff and visitors remains our top …

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Five things you didn’t know about mistletoe | Smithsonian Voices

Smithsonian botanist Marcos A. Caraballo-Ortiz collected these specimens of mistletoe in Mexico. Marcos A. Caraballo-Ortiz This holiday season, you might be hoping to catch someone under the mistletoe – or it just might be an prospect you’d like to avoid. The association of mistletoe with kisses and Christmas in the …

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Stolen Revolutionary War artifacts returned to Mercer Museum in PA centers

The long stolen and priceless Nicholson bayonet pistol from the American Revolutionary era is finally returning to the Mercer Museum in Doylestown. At the time of its disappearance, the pistol was on display in a display case on the third floor of the South Pine Street Museum. In the 1990s, …

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The man who runs the Bigfoot Museum in Northern California

He notably believes that Bigfoot roams freely in the woodlands and mountains of the Pacific Northwest, hunting deer for food and hiding from the humans who would inevitably destroy him. Rugg says he has first-hand experience with Bigfoot, who he says is a bipedal primate species. At age 4, while …

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Three solo exhibitions on display at the UCSB Museum of Art, Design and Architecture | Culture & Leisure

Posted on December 19, 2021 | 5:13 p.m. Three contemporary solo exhibitions will open in January at the Art, Design & Architecture Museum (AD&A Museum) at UCSB. Harmonia Rosales 2021 photographed by Jeff McLane. (Courtesy of the artist and artist space UTA.) Spanning time and space, the exhibits present reimagined …

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History of the Royal BC Museum: 1886-2021

• The museum was founded in 1886 in response to a petition signed by 30 prominent citizens. He was housed in a single room adjoining the office of the provincial secretary in the Capitol buildings, nicknamed the Birdcages. John Fannin, an avid outdoorsman and gifted collector and taxidermist, was appointed …

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The Royal BC Museum rushes for a final look at the Old Town before it is dismantled

RBCM will close its third floor on December 31 for a makeover that is expected to take years. Many who visited the museum last week agreed that the exhibits should be presented in an updated context, but disagreed with their dismantling during the long viewing period. In the Old Town …

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Letters of December 18: An ideal location for a maritime museum; give a chance to the third floor of the Royal BC Museum

The maritime museum could be a centerpiece On December 10, 2010, the Times Colonist published my letter in support of the installation of the Maritime Museum of BC in the Steamship Terminal. I thought at the time that I was a voice crying in the desert. Recent letters show me …

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