Night at the Museum

Students view amodel of the Red Wing steamboat

Students view amodel of the Red Wing steamboat

 
 

Night at the Museum
Friday April 28th 2017 5-7 PM

Join us at Riverside Museum- in Riverside Park- for an interactive and entertaining Night at the Museum!

Night at the Museum
Friday April 28th 5-7 PM

Join us at Riverside Museum- in Riverside Park- for an interactive and entertaining Night at the Museum! 

Thanks to Viterbo Service Learning, VUSM 300, for partnering with LCHS for this night! 
Activities and fun designed for pre school and elementary aged children and their families!

Admission to Night at the Museum is FREE Thanks to Gundersen Health System! No ticket will be required- a Facebook RSVP is very helpful for planning purposes.

Have you wondered how Native Americans in the La Crosse area made pottery? Would you like to hear how steamboats are made? Have you ever wanted to dig for treasure or pretend you are a paleontologist for a day?

Find these things and SO much more at Night at the Museum!

Dino Bone Dig (these aren't real bones, no worries there!)
Play-Doh Pottery
Treasure Hunt- Sponsored by Festival Foods!
Crafts
Games
Visitor exhibits from local organizations!

LCHS volunteer, Bob Taunt, will also give a presentation in the auditorium at 6 and 7 pm about the Red Wing steamboat, using the model that he built for the museum!

Big Boar BBQ will also have a food truck at the event to save you from planning dinner!

Thanks to Altra Credit Union, Coop Credit Union, and Dairyland Power Cooperative for donations to help sponsor our event! These donations helps secure supplies for activities at the event! 

Thank you to all our our volunteers, sponsors, and attendees for Bringing History to Life!

 

Please call LCHS at (608) 782-1980 or email admin@LCHShistory.org for more information