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    Unlocking Arlington’s Past: Native Americans and the Art of Cyrus Dallin

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    October 24, 2010


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    Unlocking Arlington’s Past: Native Americans and the Art of Cyrus Dallin

    Join us for a day of exploration! Through special museum tours and gallery talks, discover Cyrus Dallin’s iconic Native American sculptures (such as Appeal to the Great Spirit in Boston, Massasoit at Plymouth Rock, and Sacajawea). Fun and creative activities for children are offered from 1-3 pm. A Walking Tour of Dallin’s local sculptures and areas of archaeological interest in Arlington will leave the museum at 3 pm. Co-sponsored...

    Join us for a day of exploration! Through special museum tours and gallery talks, discover Cyrus Dallin’s iconic Native American sculptures (such as Appeal to the Great Spirit in Boston, Massasoit at Plymouth Rock, and Sacajawea). Fun and creative activities for children are offered from 1-3 pm. A Walking Tour of Dallin’s local sculptures and areas of archaeological interest in Arlington will leave the museum at 3 pm. Co-sponsored by the Cyrus E. Dallin Art Museum and The Arlington Historical Society. For more information, call 781-641-0747 or email info@dallin.org. This program is being offered in conjunction with Massachusetts Archaeology Month, a Massachusetts Historical Commission initiative.

    Cyrus E. Dallin Art Museum

    611 Massachusetts Ave.
    Arlington, MA 02476

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    Admission Info:
    Suggested donation is $5 per person.


    General Day and Time Info:
    12:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.


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