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Saint Mary’s College Museum of Art (SMC|MoA)

Moraga, California

925-631-4379

www.stmarys-ca.edu/museum

Saint Mary’s College Museum of Art (SMC| MoA) is a landmark for art in Northern California, with a permanent collection of over 5,000 pieces. Inspired by its founder Brother Cornelius Braeg, MoA cares for the largest William Keith collection in the nation. The Museum provides educational and programming opportunities for Saint Mary’s College of California students and the surrounding community. It is open Wed through Sun 10 am to 4 pm and (10 am to 9 pm) every third Thursday of the month.

Colorado Snowsports Museum and Hall of Fame

Vail, Colorado

970-476-1876

Snowsportsmuseum.org

The Colorado Snowsports Museum and Hall of Fame tells the stories of how skiing and snowboarding were introduced to Colorado and how they evolved. The Museum uses the latest in technology for in depth exploration of the resorts, competitors and individuals who have contributed significantly to the evolution of the snow sports in Colorado.

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Milton Historical Society

Milton, Georgia

678-458-4208

miltongahistoricalsociety.com

Telling the rich but little-known history of the new City of Milton and surrounding area.

Evansville, Indiana

812-424-7461

evansvillewartimemuseum.org

Evansville Wartime Museum is the place to visit for the surprising, interesting and world-changing story of one region’s involvement in winning WWII. The stories we tell come from home front workers and battlefront warriors — the people who were there. Evansville was a center of WWII production, from making P-47 fighter planes and LSTs to billions of bullets. These and hundreds of other products helped the Allies fight the war on land, on sea and in the air. Beyond wartime goods, men and women of the armed forces from this region shipped out to the world’s far-flung battle fronts. We share their stories.

Evansville Wartime Museum