Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center to Participate in Iowa Museums Week | Local ways of life
SIOUX CITY – The Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center will participate in Iowa Museums Week 2021, a statewide celebration of Iowa museums taking place June 7-13.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Iowa Museum Week will be virtual and alive, raising awareness about many aspects of museum work. Iowans can keep up with the weekly social media buzz by checking out the hashtag #IowaMuseumWeek.
The Interpretation Center will fill the week with activities such as the opening of a watercolor exhibition by Mars native Jane Schultz on June 8; Exploration on Wednesdays June 9 with “Talons, Claws, & Paws” for young people; and a show on the main stage on June 13 with Lonesome Ron Affolter that will put your toes straight.
Iowa Museum Week is an initiative of the Iowa Museum Association, of which the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center is a member. The IMA serves as a communication and resource center, provides educational opportunities and advocates for the interests of the field.
The Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center in Sioux City has permanent exhibits on the time of the Corps of Discovery in present-day Sioux City from late July to early September 1804. Death and burial of Sergeant Charles Floyd on August 20 are at the center of the story. Floyd was the first American soldier to die west of the Mississippi River. For more information about the center and its programs, visit www.siouxcitylcic.com or call 712-251-2131.