Healing Place Collaborative partners are at it again. With Minnesota Humanities at the fore, several HPC partners have been involved with the creation of this traveling exhibit. The national and state partners are named on the Minnesota Humanities link below. HPC partners include Jennifer Tonko, Works Progress, Pat Nunnally and River Life, Kate Flick and Mona Smith. Let us know if anyone has been overlooked!
Prairie Woods Environmental Center is the first site of the Water/Ways traveling exhibit. It’s in Spicer-New London and looks complicated and engaging, and sophisticated and approachable and fun and full of important things to learn and opportunities to share water stories. http://minnesotahumanities.org/waterways/prairiewoods
Perhaps we should organize a Healing Place day trip to Spicer-New London!
Jennifer has posted photos from the opening on Flickr. Take a look and plan who’s driving!
Water/Ways next stop will be St. Peter, MN. Here’s the schedule:
June 25-August 7 – Prairie Woods Environmental Learning Center, Spicer/New London
August 13-September 25 – Nicollet County Historical Society, St. Peter
October 1-November 13 – Goodhue County Historical Society, Red Wing
November 19-January 1 – Audubon Center of the North Woods, Sandstone
January 7-February 19 – Lanesboro Arts, Lanesboro
February 25-April 9 – Becker County Historical Society, Detroit Lakes