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Wednesday October 1, 2014
THE COAL MINE - PUBLIC TOUR!
THE COAL MINE GALLERY experience begins on our second floor, in the “Coal Mine Ready Room!” Here, visitors learn about safety measures in coal mining, get fitted for their tour "hard hat" and begin their journey down our coal mine elevator! Once underground (the museum’s basement!) our miners will begin to learn more about the history of coal miningin western Kentucky and experience life in The Rudy Mine, a re-created Daviess County mine that was in operation from the late 19th Century until 1954. Our visitors “stop in” at the mine during the 1930’s and get to experience first-hand the life of a miner in this time period. THE COAL MINE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 45-minute experience, conducted in low light, with some loud noises. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s)today!
Time: 3:00PM
Location: Begins in our 1st Floor Gift shop area- Ends in The Coal Mine!
Thursday October 2, 2014
THE COAL MINE - PUBLIC TOUR!
THE COAL MINE GALLERY experience begins on our second floor, in the “Coal Mine Ready Room!” Here, visitors learn about safety measures in coal mining, get fitted for their tour "hard hat" and begin their journey down our coal mine elevator! Once underground (the museum’s basement!) our miners will begin to learn more about the history of coal miningin western Kentucky and experience life in The Rudy Mine, a re-created Daviess County mine that was in operation from the late 19th Century until 1954. Our visitors “stop in” at the mine during the 1930’s and get to experience first-hand the life of a miner in this time period. THE COAL MINE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 45-minute experience, conducted in low light, with some loud noises. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s)today!
Time: 3:00PM
Location: Begins in our 1st Floor Gift shop area- Ends in The Coal Mine!
Thursday October 2, 2014
Voices of Elmwood
Enjoy this beloved historical hayride and meet some of Owensboro's past face to face. Ten NEW stories every year. This year's stories include: John Friedmann, David and Melvina Morton, Rube Sands, Mattie Paul, Frank Lockett Hall, John and Samuel James, Louise Gasser Kirtley, Tom Petit, Joseph Dawson and Camden Riley.
Time: 6:00PM-10:00AM
Location: Elmwood Cemetery
Friday October 3, 2014
THE COAL MINE - PUBLIC TOUR!
THE COAL MINE GALLERY experience begins on our second floor, in the “Coal Mine Ready Room!” Here, visitors learn about safety measures in coal mining, get fitted for their tour "hard hat" and begin their journey down our coal mine elevator! Once underground (the museum’s basement!) our miners will begin to learn more about the history of coal miningin western Kentucky and experience life in The Rudy Mine, a re-created Daviess County mine that was in operation from the late 19th Century until 1954. Our visitors “stop in” at the mine during the 1930’s and get to experience first-hand the life of a miner in this time period. THE COAL MINE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 45-minute experience, conducted in low light, with some loud noises. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s)today!
Time: 3:00PM
Location: Begins in our 1st Floor Gift shop area- Ends in The Coal Mine!
Friday October 3, 2014
Voices of Elmwood
Enjoy this beloved historical hayride and meet some of Owensboro's past face to face. Ten NEW stories every year. This year's stories include: John Friedmann, David and Melvina Morton, Rube Sands, Mattie Paul, Frank Lockett Hall, John and Samuel James, Louise Gasser Kirtley, Tom Petit, Joseph Dawson and Camden Riley.
Time: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Location: Elmwood Cemetery
Saturday October 4, 2014
Community Club Meeting - Click on Day for Additional Info
The community group, the Owensboro Coffee Party, meets most Saturday mornings.
Time: 10:30AM
Location: Museum's Third Floor - Sim Davenport RiverView Board Room
Saturday October 4, 2014
THE COAL MINE - PUBLIC TOUR!
THE COAL MINE GALLERY experience begins on our second floor, in the “Coal Mine Ready Room!” Here, visitors learn about safety measures in coal mining, get fitted for their tour "hard hat" and begin their journey down our coal mine elevator! Once underground (the museum’s basement!) our miners will begin to learn more about the history of coal miningin western Kentucky and experience life in The Rudy Mine, a re-created Daviess County mine that was in operation from the late 19th Century until 1954. Our visitors “stop in” at the mine during the 1930’s and get to experience first-hand the life of a miner in this time period. THE COAL MINE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 45-minute experience, conducted in low light, with some loud noises. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s)today!
Time: 11:30AM
Location: Begins in our 1st Floor Gift shop area- Ends in The Coal Mine!
Saturday October 4, 2014
THE COAL MINE - PUBLIC TOUR!
THE COAL MINE GALLERY experience begins on our second floor, in the “Coal Mine Ready Room!” Here, visitors learn about safety measures in coal mining, get fitted for their tour "hard hat" and begin their journey down our coal mine elevator! Once underground (the museum’s basement!) our miners will begin to learn more about the history of coal miningin western Kentucky and experience life in The Rudy Mine, a re-created Daviess County mine that was in operation from the late 19th Century until 1954. Our visitors “stop in” at the mine during the 1930’s and get to experience first-hand the life of a miner in this time period. THE COAL MINE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 45-minute experience, conducted in low light, with some loud noises. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s)today!
Time: 3:00PM
Location: Begins in our 1st Floor Gift shop area- Ends in The Coal Mine!
Saturday October 4, 2014
Voices of Elmwood
Enjoy this beloved historical hayride and meet some of Owensboro's past face to face. Ten NEW stories every year. This year's stories include: John Friedmann, David and Melvina Morton, Rube Sands, Mattie Paul, Frank Lockett Hall, John and Samuel James, Louise Gasser Kirtley, Tom Petit, Joseph Dawson and Camden Riley.
Time: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Location: Elmwood Cemetery
Sunday October 5, 2014
Community Club Meeting - Click on Day for Additional Info
The Chess Club
Time: 1:00PM
Location: Museum's Third Floor - DAR Room
Monday October 6, 2014
MUSEUM CLOSED ON MONDAYS

Tuesday October 7, 2014
Mad Science with Kim Ray
Come join Mad Scientist Kim Ray for some crazy fun chemistry experiments! Put on a lab coat and stir up some Elephants toothpaste and mix a lovey batch of slime!
Time: 10:30AM-11:30AM
Location: Museum's Third Floor Budding Biotech Lab
Tuesday October 7, 2014
THE COAL MINE - PUBLIC TOUR!
THE COAL MINE GALLERY experience begins on our second floor, in the “Coal Mine Ready Room!” Here, visitors learn about safety measures in coal mining, get fitted for their tour "hard hat" and begin their journey down our coal mine elevator! Once underground (the museum’s basement!) our miners will begin to learn more about the history of coal miningin western Kentucky and experience life in The Rudy Mine, a re-created Daviess County mine that was in operation from the late 19th Century until 1954. Our visitors “stop in” at the mine during the 1930’s and get to experience first-hand the life of a miner in this time period. THE COAL MINE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 45-minute experience, conducted in low light, with some loud noises. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s)today!
Time: 3:00PM
Location: Begins in our 1st Floor Gift shop area- Ends in The Coal Mine!
Wednesday October 8, 2014
Scary Robots!
Come and join former Slaugther on Second Street Ringmaster Ralph Mitchell as he demonstrates some of the super scary robots used in haunted attractions. See how they move and scare...and THEN see Ralph open them up to explain how each robot works, either through electronics or pneumatics! Stick around and get some scary makeup applied in a unique face painting session to wear home!
Time: 1:00PM-3:00PM
Location: Museum's Second Floor River Heritage Gallery
Wednesday October 8, 2014
THE COAL MINE - PUBLIC TOUR!
THE COAL MINE GALLERY experience begins on our second floor, in the “Coal Mine Ready Room!” Here, visitors learn about safety measures in coal mining, get fitted for their tour "hard hat" and begin their journey down our coal mine elevator! Once underground (the museum’s basement!) our miners will begin to learn more about the history of coal miningin western Kentucky and experience life in The Rudy Mine, a re-created Daviess County mine that was in operation from the late 19th Century until 1954. Our visitors “stop in” at the mine during the 1930’s and get to experience first-hand the life of a miner in this time period. THE COAL MINE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 45-minute experience, conducted in low light, with some loud noises. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s)today!
Time: 3:00PM
Location: Begins in our 1st Floor Gift shop area- Ends in The Coal Mine!
Thursday October 9, 2014
Children of the Night - LIVE ANIMAL SHOW
Enjoy the creatures from Wesselman's Woods as they present Creatures of the Night, a collection of nocturnal animals and insects.
Time: 10:30AM-11:30AM
Location: Museum's Second Floor River Heritage Gallery
Thursday October 9, 2014
THE COAL MINE - PUBLIC TOUR!
THE COAL MINE GALLERY experience begins on our second floor, in the “Coal Mine Ready Room!” Here, visitors learn about safety measures in coal mining, get fitted for their tour "hard hat" and begin their journey down our coal mine elevator! Once underground (the museum’s basement!) our miners will begin to learn more about the history of coal miningin western Kentucky and experience life in The Rudy Mine, a re-created Daviess County mine that was in operation from the late 19th Century until 1954. Our visitors “stop in” at the mine during the 1930’s and get to experience first-hand the life of a miner in this time period. THE COAL MINE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 45-minute experience, conducted in low light, with some loud noises. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s)today!
Time: 3:00PM
Location: Begins in our 1st Floor Gift shop area- Ends in The Coal Mine!
Thursday October 9, 2014
Voices of Elmwood
Enjoy this beloved historical hayride and meet some of Owensboro's past face to face. Ten NEW stories every year. This year's stories include: John Friedmann, David and Melvina Morton, Rube Sands, Mattie Paul, Frank Lockett Hall, John and Samuel James, Louise Gasser Kirtley, Tom Petit, Joseph Dawson and Camden Riley.
Time: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Location: Elmwood Cemetery
Friday October 10, 2014
Spooky Tales for Kids
Who doesn't like huddling together on a nice fall day and hearing ghost stories? Join museum educator Todd Reynolds as he tells spooky stories for kids! (But not TOO spooky!)
Time: 10:30AM-11:30AM
Location: Museum's Second Floor River Heritage Gallery
Friday October 10, 2014
THE COAL MINE - PUBLIC TOUR!
THE COAL MINE GALLERY experience begins on our second floor, in the “Coal Mine Ready Room!” Here, visitors learn about safety measures in coal mining, get fitted for their tour "hard hat" and begin their journey down our coal mine elevator! Once underground (the museum’s basement!) our miners will begin to learn more about the history of coal miningin western Kentucky and experience life in The Rudy Mine, a re-created Daviess County mine that was in operation from the late 19th Century until 1954. Our visitors “stop in” at the mine during the 1930’s and get to experience first-hand the life of a miner in this time period. THE COAL MINE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 45-minute experience, conducted in low light, with some loud noises. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s)today!
Time: 3:00PM
Location: Begins in our 1st Floor Gift shop area- Ends in The Coal Mine!
Friday October 10, 2014
Voices of Elmwood
Enjoy this beloved historical hayride and meet some of Owensboro's past face to face. Ten NEW stories every year. This year's stories include: John Friedmann, David and Melvina Morton, Rube Sands, Mattie Paul, Frank Lockett Hall, John and Samuel James, Louise Gasser Kirtley, Tom Petit, Joseph Dawson and Camden Riley.
Time: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Location: Elmwood Cemetery
Saturday October 11, 2014
Community Club Meeting - Click on Day for Additional Info
The community group, the Owensboro Coffee Party, meets most Saturday mornings.
Time: 10:30AM
Location: Museum's Third Floor - Sim Davenport RiverView Board Room
Saturday October 11, 2014
THE COAL MINE - PUBLIC TOUR!
THE COAL MINE GALLERY experience begins on our second floor, in the “Coal Mine Ready Room!” Here, visitors learn about safety measures in coal mining, get fitted for their tour "hard hat" and begin their journey down our coal mine elevator! Once underground (the museum’s basement!) our miners will begin to learn more about the history of coal miningin western Kentucky and experience life in The Rudy Mine, a re-created Daviess County mine that was in operation from the late 19th Century until 1954. Our visitors “stop in” at the mine during the 1930’s and get to experience first-hand the life of a miner in this time period. THE COAL MINE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 45-minute experience, conducted in low light, with some loud noises. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s)today!
Time: 11:30AM
Location: Begins in our 1st Floor Gift shop area- Ends in The Coal Mine!
Saturday October 11, 2014
THE COAL MINE - PUBLIC TOUR!
THE COAL MINE GALLERY experience begins on our second floor, in the “Coal Mine Ready Room!” Here, visitors learn about safety measures in coal mining, get fitted for their tour "hard hat" and begin their journey down our coal mine elevator! Once underground (the museum’s basement!) our miners will begin to learn more about the history of coal miningin western Kentucky and experience life in The Rudy Mine, a re-created Daviess County mine that was in operation from the late 19th Century until 1954. Our visitors “stop in” at the mine during the 1930’s and get to experience first-hand the life of a miner in this time period. THE COAL MINE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 45-minute experience, conducted in low light, with some loud noises. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s)today!
Time: 3:00PM
Location: Begins in our 1st Floor Gift shop area- Ends in The Coal Mine!
Saturday October 11, 2014
Voices of Elmwood
Enjoy this beloved historical hayride and meet some of Owensboro's past face to face. Ten NEW stories every year. This year's stories include: John Friedmann, David and Melvina Morton, Rube Sands, Mattie Paul, Frank Lockett Hall, John and Samuel James, Louise Gasser Kirtley, Tom Petit, Joseph Dawson and Camden Riley.
Time: 6:00PM-10:00PM
Location: Elmwood Cemetery
Sunday October 12, 2014
Community Club Meeting - Click on Day for Additional Info
The Chess Club
Time: 1:00PM
Location: Museum's Third Floor - DAR Room
Monday October 13, 2014
MUSEUM CLOSED ON MONDAYS

Tuesday October 14, 2014
THE COAL MINE - PUBLIC TOUR!
THE COAL MINE GALLERY experience begins on our second floor, in the “Coal Mine Ready Room!” Here, visitors learn about safety measures in coal mining, get fitted for their tour "hard hat" and begin their journey down our coal mine elevator! Once underground (the museum’s basement!) our miners will begin to learn more about the history of coal miningin western Kentucky and experience life in The Rudy Mine, a re-created Daviess County mine that was in operation from the late 19th Century until 1954. Our visitors “stop in” at the mine during the 1930’s and get to experience first-hand the life of a miner in this time period. THE COAL MINE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 45-minute experience, conducted in low light, with some loud noises. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s)today!
Time: 3:00PM
Location: Begins in our 1st Floor Gift shop area- Ends in The Coal Mine!
Tuesday October 14, 2014
School Employee Evening
OMSH welcomes school employees the second Tuesday of each month from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Entrance is free with proof of school employment and identification. Employees may tour the museum and take the coalmine tour. Cave tours will be offered at 3:30, 4:00, 4:30, 5:00, 5:30 and 6:00 p.m. Teachers will have an opportunity to find out about programs and resources.
Time: 3:30PM-6:30PM
Location: Museum
Tuesday October 14, 2014
Community Club Meeting - Click on Day for Additional Info
Antique Auto Club
Time: 7:00PM
Location: Museum's Third Floor - DAR Room
Tuesday October 14, 2014
Community Club Meeting - Click on Day for Additional Info
The Society for Creative Anachronism
Time: 7:00PM
Location: Museum's SpeedZeum Basement
Tuesday October 14, 2014
Community Club Meeting - Click on Day for Additional Info
Bluegrass Paranormal Investigators
Time: 7:00PM
Location: Museum's Third Floor - Sim Davenport RiverView Board Room
Wednesday October 15, 2014
THE COAL MINE - PUBLIC TOUR!
THE COAL MINE GALLERY experience begins on our second floor, in the “Coal Mine Ready Room!” Here, visitors learn about safety measures in coal mining, get fitted for their tour "hard hat" and begin their journey down our coal mine elevator! Once underground (the museum’s basement!) our miners will begin to learn more about the history of coal miningin western Kentucky and experience life in The Rudy Mine, a re-created Daviess County mine that was in operation from the late 19th Century until 1954. Our visitors “stop in” at the mine during the 1930’s and get to experience first-hand the life of a miner in this time period. THE COAL MINE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 45-minute experience, conducted in low light, with some loud noises. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s)today!
Time: 3:00PM
Location: Begins in our 1st Floor Gift shop area- Ends in The Coal Mine!
Thursday October 16, 2014
THE COAL MINE - PUBLIC TOUR!
THE COAL MINE GALLERY experience begins on our second floor, in the “Coal Mine Ready Room!” Here, visitors learn about safety measures in coal mining, get fitted for their tour "hard hat" and begin their journey down our coal mine elevator! Once underground (the museum’s basement!) our miners will begin to learn more about the history of coal miningin western Kentucky and experience life in The Rudy Mine, a re-created Daviess County mine that was in operation from the late 19th Century until 1954. Our visitors “stop in” at the mine during the 1930’s and get to experience first-hand the life of a miner in this time period. THE COAL MINE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 45-minute experience, conducted in low light, with some loud noises. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s)today!
Time: 3:00PM
Location: Begins in our 1st Floor Gift shop area- Ends in The Coal Mine!
Thursday October 16, 2014
Voices of Elmwood - Tent Show
Enjoy the tent show version of this beloved event and meet some of Owensboro's past face to face. Ten NEW stories every year. This year's stories include: John Friedmann, David and Melvina Morton, Rube Sands, Mattie Paul, Frank Lockett Hall, John and Samuel James, Louise Gasser Kirtley, Tom Petit, Joseph Dawson and Camden Riley.
Time: 6:00PM
Location: Elmwood Cemetery
Thursday October 16, 2014
Voices of Elmwood
Enjoy this beloved historical hayride and meet some of Owensboro's past face to face. Ten NEW stories every year. This year's stories include: John Friedmann, David and Melvina Morton, Rube Sands, Mattie Paul, Frank Lockett Hall, John and Samuel James, Louise Gasser Kirtley, Tom Petit, Joseph Dawson and Camden Riley.
Time: 6:30PM-10:00PM
Location: Elmwood Cemetery
Friday October 17, 2014
THE COAL MINE - PUBLIC TOUR!
THE COAL MINE GALLERY experience begins on our second floor, in the “Coal Mine Ready Room!” Here, visitors learn about safety measures in coal mining, get fitted for their tour "hard hat" and begin their journey down our coal mine elevator! Once underground (the museum’s basement!) our miners will begin to learn more about the history of coal miningin western Kentucky and experience life in The Rudy Mine, a re-created Daviess County mine that was in operation from the late 19th Century until 1954. Our visitors “stop in” at the mine during the 1930’s and get to experience first-hand the life of a miner in this time period. THE COAL MINE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 45-minute experience, conducted in low light, with some loud noises. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s)today!
Time: 3:00PM
Location: Begins in our 1st Floor Gift shop area- Ends in The Coal Mine!
Friday October 17, 2014
Voices of Elmwood - Tent Show
Enjoy the tent show version of this beloved event and meet some of Owensboro's past face to face. Ten NEW stories every year. This year's stories include: John Friedmann, David and Melvina Morton, Rube Sands, Mattie Paul, Frank Lockett Hall, John and Samuel James, Louise Gasser Kirtley, Tom Petit, Joseph Dawson and Camden Riley.
Time: 6:00PM
Location: Elmwood Cemetery
Friday October 17, 2014
Voices of Elmwood
Enjoy this beloved historical hayride and meet some of Owensboro's past face to face. Ten NEW stories every year. This year's stories include: John Friedmann, David and Melvina Morton, Rube Sands, Mattie Paul, Frank Lockett Hall, John and Samuel James, Louise Gasser Kirtley, Tom Petit, Joseph Dawson and Camden Riley.
Time: 6:30PM-10:00PM
Location: Elmwood Cemetery
Saturday October 18, 2014
Community Club Meeting - Click on Day for Additional Info
The community group, the Owensboro Coffee Party, meets most Saturday mornings.
Time: 10:30AM
Location: Museum's Third Floor - Sim Davenport RiverView Board Room
Saturday October 18, 2014
THE COAL MINE - PUBLIC TOUR!
THE COAL MINE GALLERY experience begins on our second floor, in the “Coal Mine Ready Room!” Here, visitors learn about safety measures in coal mining, get fitted for their tour "hard hat" and begin their journey down our coal mine elevator! Once underground (the museum’s basement!) our miners will begin to learn more about the history of coal miningin western Kentucky and experience life in The Rudy Mine, a re-created Daviess County mine that was in operation from the late 19th Century until 1954. Our visitors “stop in” at the mine during the 1930’s and get to experience first-hand the life of a miner in this time period. THE COAL MINE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 45-minute experience, conducted in low light, with some loud noises. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s)today!
Time: 11:30AM
Location: Begins in our 1st Floor Gift shop area- Ends in The Coal Mine!
Saturday October 18, 2014
THE COAL MINE - PUBLIC TOUR!
THE COAL MINE GALLERY experience begins on our second floor, in the “Coal Mine Ready Room!” Here, visitors learn about safety measures in coal mining, get fitted for their tour "hard hat" and begin their journey down our coal mine elevator! Once underground (the museum’s basement!) our miners will begin to learn more about the history of coal miningin western Kentucky and experience life in The Rudy Mine, a re-created Daviess County mine that was in operation from the late 19th Century until 1954. Our visitors “stop in” at the mine during the 1930’s and get to experience first-hand the life of a miner in this time period. THE COAL MINE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 45-minute experience, conducted in low light, with some loud noises. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s)today!
Time: 3:00PM
Location: Begins in our 1st Floor Gift shop area- Ends in The Coal Mine!
Saturday October 18, 2014
Voices of Elmwood - Tent Show
Enjoy the tent show version of this beloved event and meet some of Owensboro's past face to face. Ten NEW stories every year. This year's stories include: John Friedmann, David and Melvina Morton, Rube Sands, Mattie Paul, Frank Lockett Hall, John and Samuel James, Louise Gasser Kirtley, Tom Petit, Joseph Dawson and Camden Riley.
Time: 6:00PM
Location: Elmwood Cemetery
Saturday October 18, 2014
Voices of Elmwood
Enjoy this beloved historical hayride and meet some of Owensboro's past face to face. Ten NEW stories every year. This year's stories include: John Friedmann, David and Melvina Morton, Rube Sands, Mattie Paul, Frank Lockett Hall, John and Samuel James, Louise Gasser Kirtley, Tom Petit, Joseph Dawson and Camden Riley.
Time: 6:30PM-10:00PM
Location: Elmwood Cemetery
Sunday October 19, 2014
Community Club Meeting - Click on Day for Additional Info
The Chess Club
Time: 1:00PM
Location: Museum's Third Floor - DAR Room
Sunday October 19, 2014
Diary of a Worm
STORYLAB features Diary of a Worm by Doreen Cronin! Hear Science Educator Kim Ray read the book, then discover all kinds of science fun! Story Lab Activity: Make a mini-worm compost! This is a great activity for pre-school through elementary age groups and is included in the price of admission. Of course, Museum Members can participate free of charge! To learn more about museum membership and its benefits, visit the Membership page on our website! STORYLAB can also be scheduled for your classroom visits!
Time: 1:30PM-2:15PM
Location: Museum's Third Floor Budding Biotech Lab
Sunday October 19, 2014
Origins Cave Scavenger Hunt for Kids
Join Science Educator Kim Ray and have fun searching the origins cave and exhibit for all types of interesting discoveries.(maximum number of kids:15 If you have a large group please call for a special time for your group)THE CAVE SCAVENGER HUNT IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION.
Time: 2:45PM-3:15PM
Location: Meets in our 1st floor Benches in the Origins Gallery
Sunday October 19, 2014
Origins Cave Tour
Join Science Educator Kim Ray and have fun learning about cave formations such as stalactites and stalagmites. See flowstones, crinoids, soda straw formations, and many other interesting pieces of cave speleothems. THE CAVE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 20-minute experience. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s) today!
Time: 3:30PM
Location: Meets in our 1st floor Benches in the Origins Gallery
Sunday October 19, 2014
Origins Cave Tour
Join Science Educator Kim Ray and have fun learning about cave formations such as stalactites and stalagmites. See flowstones, crinoids, soda straw formations, and many other interesting pieces of cave speleothems. THE CAVE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 20-minute experience. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s) today!
Time: 3:45PM
Location: Meets in our 1st floor Benches in the Origins Gallery
Sunday October 19, 2014
Origins Cave Tour
Join Science Educator Kim Ray and have fun learning about cave formations such as stalactites and stalagmites. See flowstones, crinoids, soda straw formations, and many other interesting pieces of cave speleothems. THE CAVE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 20-minute experience. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s) today!
Time: 4:00PM
Location: Meets in our 1st floor Benches in the Origins Gallery
Monday October 20, 2014
MUSEUM CLOSED ON MONDAYS

Tuesday October 21, 2014
THE COAL MINE - PUBLIC TOUR!
THE COAL MINE GALLERY experience begins on our second floor, in the “Coal Mine Ready Room!” Here, visitors learn about safety measures in coal mining, get fitted for their tour "hard hat" and begin their journey down our coal mine elevator! Once underground (the museum’s basement!) our miners will begin to learn more about the history of coal miningin western Kentucky and experience life in The Rudy Mine, a re-created Daviess County mine that was in operation from the late 19th Century until 1954. Our visitors “stop in” at the mine during the 1930’s and get to experience first-hand the life of a miner in this time period. THE COAL MINE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 45-minute experience, conducted in low light, with some loud noises. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s)today!
Time: 3:00PM
Location: Begins in our 1st Floor Gift shop area- Ends in The Coal Mine!
Wednesday October 22, 2014
THE COAL MINE - PUBLIC TOUR!
THE COAL MINE GALLERY experience begins on our second floor, in the “Coal Mine Ready Room!” Here, visitors learn about safety measures in coal mining, get fitted for their tour "hard hat" and begin their journey down our coal mine elevator! Once underground (the museum’s basement!) our miners will begin to learn more about the history of coal miningin western Kentucky and experience life in The Rudy Mine, a re-created Daviess County mine that was in operation from the late 19th Century until 1954. Our visitors “stop in” at the mine during the 1930’s and get to experience first-hand the life of a miner in this time period. THE COAL MINE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 45-minute experience, conducted in low light, with some loud noises. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s)today!
Time: 3:00PM
Location: Begins in our 1st Floor Gift shop area- Ends in The Coal Mine!
Thursday October 23, 2014
THE COAL MINE - PUBLIC TOUR!
THE COAL MINE GALLERY experience begins on our second floor, in the “Coal Mine Ready Room!” Here, visitors learn about safety measures in coal mining, get fitted for their tour "hard hat" and begin their journey down our coal mine elevator! Once underground (the museum’s basement!) our miners will begin to learn more about the history of coal miningin western Kentucky and experience life in The Rudy Mine, a re-created Daviess County mine that was in operation from the late 19th Century until 1954. Our visitors “stop in” at the mine during the 1930’s and get to experience first-hand the life of a miner in this time period. THE COAL MINE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 45-minute experience, conducted in low light, with some loud noises. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s)today!
Time: 3:00PM
Location: Begins in our 1st Floor Gift shop area- Ends in The Coal Mine!
Friday October 24, 2014
THE COAL MINE - PUBLIC TOUR!
THE COAL MINE GALLERY experience begins on our second floor, in the “Coal Mine Ready Room!” Here, visitors learn about safety measures in coal mining, get fitted for their tour "hard hat" and begin their journey down our coal mine elevator! Once underground (the museum’s basement!) our miners will begin to learn more about the history of coal miningin western Kentucky and experience life in The Rudy Mine, a re-created Daviess County mine that was in operation from the late 19th Century until 1954. Our visitors “stop in” at the mine during the 1930’s and get to experience first-hand the life of a miner in this time period. THE COAL MINE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 45-minute experience, conducted in low light, with some loud noises. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s)today!
Time: 3:00PM
Location: Begins in our 1st Floor Gift shop area- Ends in The Coal Mine!
Saturday October 25, 2014
Community Club Meeting - Click on Day for Additional Info
The community group, the Owensboro Coffee Party, meets most Saturday mornings.
Time: 10:30AM
Location: Museum's Third Floor - Sim Davenport RiverView Board Room
Saturday October 25, 2014
Community Club Meeting - Click on Day for Additional Info
Clock Collectors Club
Time: 10:30AM
Location: Museum's Third Floor - DAR Room
Saturday October 25, 2014
Diary of a Worm
STORYLAB features Diary of a Worm by Doreen Cronin! Hear Science Educator Kim Ray read the book, then discover all kinds of science fun! Story Lab Activity: Make a mini-worm compost! This is a great activity for pre-school through elementary age groups and is included in the price of admission. Of course, Museum Members can participate free of charge! To learn more about museum membership and its benefits, visit the Membership page on our website! STORYLAB can also be scheduled for your classroom visits!
Time: 11:00AM-11:45AM
Location: Museum's Third Floor Budding Biotech Lab
Saturday October 25, 2014
THE COAL MINE - PUBLIC TOUR!
THE COAL MINE GALLERY experience begins on our second floor, in the “Coal Mine Ready Room!” Here, visitors learn about safety measures in coal mining, get fitted for their tour "hard hat" and begin their journey down our coal mine elevator! Once underground (the museum’s basement!) our miners will begin to learn more about the history of coal miningin western Kentucky and experience life in The Rudy Mine, a re-created Daviess County mine that was in operation from the late 19th Century until 1954. Our visitors “stop in” at the mine during the 1930’s and get to experience first-hand the life of a miner in this time period. THE COAL MINE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 45-minute experience, conducted in low light, with some loud noises. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s)today! Time: 3:00PM
Time: 11:30AM
Location: Begins in our 1st Floor Gift shop area- Ends in The Coal Mine!
Saturday October 25, 2014
Origins Cave Scavenger Hunt for Kids
Join Science Educator Kim Ray and have fun searching the origins cave and exhibit for all types of interesting discoveries.(maximum number of kids:15 If you have a large group please call for a special time for your group)THE CAVE SCAVENGER HUNT IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION.
Time: 12:00PM-12:30PM
Location: Meets in our 1st floor Benches in the Origins Gallery
Saturday October 25, 2014
Origins Cave Tour
Join Science Educator Kim Ray and have fun learning about cave formations such as stalactites and stalagmites. See flowstones, crinoids, soda straw formations, and many other interesting pieces of cave speleothems. THE CAVE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 20-minute experience. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s) today!
Time: 1:00PM
Location: Meets in our 1st floor Benches in the Origins Gallery
Saturday October 25, 2014
Origins Cave Tour
Join Science Educator Kim Ray and have fun learning about cave formations such as stalactites and stalagmites. See flowstones, crinoids, soda straw formations, and many other interesting pieces of cave speleothems. THE CAVE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 20-minute experience. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s) today!
Time: 1:15PM
Location: Meets in our 1st floor Benches in the Origins Gallery
Saturday October 25, 2014
Origins Cave Tour
Join Science Educator Kim Ray and have fun learning about cave formations such as stalactites and stalagmites. See flowstones, crinoids, soda straw formations, and many other interesting pieces of cave speleothems. THE CAVE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 20-minute experience. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s) today!
Time: 2:00PM
Location: Meets in our 1st floor Benches in the Origins Gallery
Saturday October 25, 2014
THE COAL MINE - PUBLIC TOUR!
THE COAL MINE GALLERY experience begins on our second floor, in the “Coal Mine Ready Room!” Here, visitors learn about safety measures in coal mining, get fitted for their tour "hard hat" and begin their journey down our coal mine elevator! Once underground (the museum’s basement!) our miners will begin to learn more about the history of coal miningin western Kentucky and experience life in The Rudy Mine, a re-created Daviess County mine that was in operation from the late 19th Century until 1954. Our visitors “stop in” at the mine during the 1930’s and get to experience first-hand the life of a miner in this time period. THE COAL MINE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 45-minute experience, conducted in low light, with some loud noises. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s)today!
Time: 3:00PM
Location: Begins in our 1st Floor Gift shop area- Ends in The Coal Mine!
Saturday October 25, 2014
Exploration Science Lab
Exploration Science Lab activity: The Chemistry of Caves! This is a great activity recommended for ages 5 and up and is included in the price of admission. Of course, Museum Members can participate free of charge! To learn more about museum membership and its benefits, visit the Membership page on our website! STORYLAB can also be scheduled for your classroom visits!
Time: 3:00PM-3:45PM
Location: Museum's Third Floor Budding Biotech Lab
Sunday October 26, 2014
Community Club Meeting - Click on Day for Additional Info
The Chess Club
Time: 1:00PM
Location: Museum's Third Floor - DAR Room
Sunday October 26, 2014
Diary of a Worm
STORYLAB features Diary of a Worm by Doreen Cronin! Hear Science Educator Kim Ray read the book, then discover all kinds of science fun! Story Lab Activity: Make a mini-worm compost! This is a great activity for pre-school through elementary age groups and is included in the price of admission. Of course, Museum Members can participate free of charge! To learn more about museum membership and its benefits, visit the Membership page on our website! STORYLAB can also be scheduled for your classroom visits!
Time: 1:30PM-2:15PM
Location: Museum's Third Floor Budding Biotech Lab
Sunday October 26, 2014
Origins Cave Scavenger Hunt for Kids
Join Science Educator Kim Ray and have fun searching the origins cave and exhibit for all types of interesting discoveries.(maximum number of kids:15 If you have a large group please call for a special time for your group)THE CAVE SCAVENGER HUNT IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION.
Time: 2:45PM-3:15PM
Location: Meets in our 1st floor Benches in the Origins Gallery
Sunday October 26, 2014
Origins Cave Tour
Join Science Educator Kim Ray and have fun learning about cave formations such as stalactites and stalagmites. See flowstones, crinoids, soda straw formations, and many other interesting pieces of cave speleothems. THE CAVE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 20-minute experience. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s) today!
Time: 3:30PM
Location: Meets in our 1st floor Benches in the Origins Gallery
Sunday October 26, 2014
Origins Cave Tour
Join Science Educator Kim Ray and have fun learning about cave formations such as stalactites and stalagmites. See flowstones, crinoids, soda straw formations, and many other interesting pieces of cave speleothems. THE CAVE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 20-minute experience. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s) today!
Time: 3:45PM
Location: Meets in our 1st floor Benches in the Origins Gallery
Sunday October 26, 2014
Origins Cave Tour
Join Science Educator Kim Ray and have fun learning about cave formations such as stalactites and stalagmites. See flowstones, crinoids, soda straw formations, and many other interesting pieces of cave speleothems. THE CAVE TOUR IS INCLUDED IN ADMISSION, BUT PATRONS MUST SIGN UP AT THE RECEPTIONIST'S DESK, AS SPACE IS LIMITED FOR THIS GUIDED TOUR. It is a 20-minute experience. We encourage parents to consider their children's attention span prior to signing up at the receptionist's desk. ATTENTION TEACHERS! Classroom and group tour times are available in morning and early afternoon time slots. Call (270) 687-2732 and ask for Todd Reynolds to schedule your tour(s) today!
Time: 4:00PM
Location: Meets in our 1st floor Benches in the Origins Gallery
Monday October 27, 2014
MUSEUM CLOSED ON MONDAYS

Monday October 27, 2014
Community Club Meeting - Click on Day for Additional Info
The Spit Whittler's Club
Time: 6:00PM
Location: Museum's Third Floor - DAR Room
Monday October 27, 2014
Community Club Meeting - Click on Day for Additional Info
The Owensboro Photography Club
Time: 7:00PM
Location: Museum's Third Floor - DAR Room
Tuesday October 28, 2014
Community Club Meeting - Click on Day for Additional Info
The Women's Network
Time: 12:00PM
Location: Second Floor Ford Center