Harrisville — A national exhibit will be coming to the Alcona County Library next winter that focuses on water.
The Smithsonian’s Water/Ways exhibit highlights ways that water intersects with our environment, history, culture, and economy. The library is one of six selected in the state of Michigan.
The Michigan Water Heritage Project will travel with the exhibit to discuss and start conversation on healthy water and the Great Lakes.
Northeast Michiganders can catch the exhibit from November 17-December 30.
For information on the exhibit, visit the website https://museumonmainstreet.org/content/waterways.
For more information on the Michigan Water Heritage Project, visit https://engage.msu.edu/about/projects/arts-and-culture/michigan-water-heritage-project