Children’s museum to host Healthy Halloween Spooktacular Oct. 26

On Wednesday, the Terre Haute Children’s Museum, Rural Health Innovation Collaboration, Pomeroy Wellness Program and several community partners will join forces to present the Healthy Halloween Spooktacular.

The event will take place from 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Terre Haute Children’s Museum. Museum admission will be discounted to $2 per person for ages 2 and up, thanks to support from community partners. Museum members and children under the age of 2 will be admitted for free.

Kids are encouraged to dress in costume as there will be a photo booth and costume contest with prizes. Museum guests will get to

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Debbie’s Deals: Coupons & deals for Royal Gorge Railroad, Clyfford Still Museum, Noodles, Chipotle

It’s time for the latest freebies, deals and coupons.

Clyfford Still Museum freebie!

The Clyfford Still Museum is offering free admission to all adults visiting with children until October 30. Admission for youth under 18 is already free every day. So if you bring a family, everyone gets in free. Thanks to Kristin for this tip.

Royal Gorge Railroad

Ride the Royal Gorge Railroad now through October 30 and save $10 per ticket. Offer valid on any departure through Oct. 30.

Glenwood Hot Springs

Book a reservation at the Glenwood Hot Springs Lodge in Glenwood Springs and get 20 percent

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Picks of the week: No rain check needed

It’s full steam ahead on fall: Pumpkin spice lattes are for sale again, Halloween costume discussions are getting serious and, most importantly, it’s starting to rain. The latter can put a serious damper on social plans, but there’s still plenty of great indoor events you can attend to avoid frizzy hair, wet socks and crowded awnings.

Here’s a breakdown of a few recommendations for the week — scarf and umbrella not required.

Tuesday: ‘The Rama Epic: Hero, Heroine, Ally, Foe’ exhibition at the Asian Art Museum

The Rama epic has inspired artistic masterpieces in India and Southeast Asia for 2,500 years. From

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Clinton House Museum hires Angie Albright as new director

Photo: Todd Gill, Flyer staff

The Fayetteville Advertising and Promotion Commission has found a new leader for the Clinton House Museum.

Molly Rawn, who took over as director of the commission in August, recently announced that Angie Albright was selected as the new head of the museum.

She replaces Kate Johnson, who left the position earlier this year.

Albright was also one of three final candidates for the commission’s executive director position, along with Rawn and commissioner Matt Behrend.

She was previously the director of development and outreach at the Arkansas Support Network in Springdale. She also

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Science, Spirits and Skeletons: Museum invites the public to Party in the Panorama 2016

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25th Annual Museum Poinsettia & Wreath Sale –

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For the 25th year in a row the Smoky Hill Museum is offering a way to be ready for the holidays.

As the holiday season approaches, it’s time to think about the cheer that the 25th Annual Friends of the Smoky Hill Museum’s Poinsettia Wreath Sale can bring to many. The most beautiful, nursery-quality poinsettias available in the area, the Museum’s poinsettias are

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Seven-year-old gets one day job promotion – News, Weather and …

Posted By: Kelsey Murphy

“Welcome to the museum my name is Syllas Parker, I am your Director,” Syllas Parker, Executive Director for the day, said.

Who better to run a children’s museum than a child.

“I get to be the boss of everyone,” Parker, said.

Seven year old Syllas Parker became the Lincoln Children’s Museum’s Executive Director for the day.

“I can check that off the list,” Parker, said.

Just like any other job hire, Syllas applied and was chosen for the position. She stood out among other young applicants because of her selfless ideas.

Syllas asked that children who have lost family members play at the

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Celebrate Día de los Muertos during Chicago Museum Week – WLS

Chicago is home to world-class museums. To celebrate the city’s cultural offerings, Chicago Museum Week returns for its second year October 13-23, 2016. Illinois residents with a valid ID can visit Chicago’s museums with discounted admission, exclusive offers, and special programs. New this year, 15 additional Chicago cultural institutions will join in the celebration. From the Chicago Children’s Museum to the Swedish American Museum, Museum Week will offer visitors even more opportunities to feed their inner explorer.

Members of Museums In the Park include: Adler Planetarium, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago History Museum, DuSable Museum of

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Discount passes for US cities: Chicago, Boston, San Francisco, more

San Francisco

Golden Gate Bridge and downtown San Francisco
Golden Gate Bridge and downtown San Francisco

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Go San Francisco Card ( As with other Go City Cards, this one makes more sense the more days you have to tour. The Go SF Card offers 27 attractions, and if you manage to squeeze them all into five consecutive days (the maximum), you’ll save 55 percent on gate admission rates. However, with several options being full-day wine country tours,

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