Day in the Life: Gas Warfare

Sunday, June 19 - 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Auditorium Lobby
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Image: Modern photograph of children gathered in front of a long table filled with WWI-era artifacts and reproductions. A man dressed in WWI-era uniform demonstrates with one of the artifacts in his hands. Text: Day in the Life / Gas Warfare

The Living History Volunteer Corps will be onsite to share stories of the Great War era and make history come to life! This month will focus on the impact of gas upon life for soldiers and civilians. Learn about the ways people dealt with this new technology, and the influence it has on our remembrance of World War I. Guests will have the opportunity to ask our Living History Volunteer Corps questions and view non-accessioned WWI objects up close.

FREE to the public | Auditorium Lobby