Free Public Lecture: Designing the Wade Hall Traveling Postcard Exhibitions, July 13, 2017, 6pm
Mrs. Ruth Elder, Troy University Cataloging Librarian, is the main researcher, writer, and organizer for the Wade Hall Traveling Postcard Exhibitions. She has thoroughly enjoyed learning many interesting stories about her adopted state of Alabama. She will be sharing some of those as well as the background on how the Troy University Libraries, the Troy University Department of Art and Design, and the Alabama Humanities Foundation collaborated to create these exhibits.
Science cafés are live—and lively—events that take place in casual settings. They are open to everyone, and feature an engaging conversation with a scientist or social scientist about a timely topic. All Science Cafes are held at Moe's Original BBQ at 701 Spring Hill Avenue in downtown Mobile.
STAY TUNED FOR OUR FALL 2017 LINEUP!
Fun Friday: Clay Coil Pot Making, July 7, 2017, 10am-12pm
Stop by the Archaeology Museum on Friday, July 7th between 10am and 12pm to make your own clay coil pottery! Admission to the event and museum is FREE, however RSVP is required as space and materials are limited - please email Candice at email@example.com to reserve your child's spot.
Archaeology Craft and Storytime: The Cave Painter of Lascaux, July 12, 2017, 9am-10am
Join us at the Archaeology Museum for an archaeology-themed craft and storytime! Space
is limited to the first 20 children to register, so please email Candice at firstname.lastname@example.org
to reserve your spot ASAP.
We'll be reading the story "The Cave Painter of Lascaux" in our Ice Age gallery. Children will then be able to make their own "rock art" panels to take home! All families with children in kindergarten through third grade may sign up. Parents or guardians must remain with children at all times. Admission to the event is FREE and we hope you can join us!