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Date:
June 22, 2018
Time:
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Time Details:
Opening Reception: June 22, 5:00 - 8:00 PM
Location:
Moses Lake Museum & Art Center
Address:
401 S Balsam
Moses Lake, WA 98837
Contact:
509-764-3830
Cost:
FREE

Sasquatch
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MUSEUM GALLERY: SASQUATCH REVEALED

Friday, June 22


Dates: June 22 - August 24, 2018 

Opening Reception: Friday, June 22, 2018 5:00 - 8:00 pm

Light Refreshments 

Speaker: Paul Graves, 7:00 pm

Adult Swim: Sharpie Seashells

Museum Store Discount: Sasquatch themed books 
10% non-Members, 20% Members 

ADMISSION IS ALWAYS FREE!

For well over a decade, the Sasquatch Revealed exhibit has traveled throughout the Pacific Northwest and beyond, engaging audiences of both skeptics and believers in the cultural phenomenon we know as Sasquatch or Bigfoot. While the exhibit is not intended to prove or disprove the existence of the elusive creature, what we do know for certain is that Sasquatch (real or otherwise) has long been a part of Native North American culture that migrated into non-Native culture in the 1700s. Today Sasquatch lives on the fringes of science and today’s popular culture.

Sasquatch Revealed was generously loaned by exhibit curator Christopher Murphy, and is based on his 2004 Sasquatch exhibit at the Vancouver Museum (BC), and is available for use free of charge to other public (government) museums. For a full list of contributors as well as more information on the Sasquatch/Bigfoot subject, visit the SASQUATCH CANADA website at www.sasquatchcanada.com.


Sasquatch Revealed Opening Reception Speaker Citizen Scientist: Paul Graves

Paul Graves shares his personal stories and songs drawn from over 25 years as a Sasquatch investigator and researcher working in the Wenatchee Valley.


Adult Swim: Sharpie Seashells

“Sea” shells in a new light, as nature’s tiny blank canvases. Decorate plain white seashells with Sharpie markers, a creative and relaxing way to get in touch with nature.