Our work at the Boott Cotton Mills Museum is still on view

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If you didn’t get a chance to see the piece we created for the Dream Rocket project in person, you have a bit longer before it get’s packed up and shipped to Kansas. The exhibit at the Boott Cotton Mills Museum in Lowell is on display now through, November 30.

I was lucky to go earlier this month, along with Mrs. Antonuccio, and a handful of students and their families. It was so great to see the piece we created, but even cooler to see the other work that was submitted.  Below are a few of my favorites!

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Global Village by Sándor Kisfaludy High School, Sümeg, Hungary & The Story of Me by Meg Wieboldt, Winthrop Harbor, IL

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An Ohio Family’s Circular History by Susi Soler, Columbus, OH, Freedom to Learn by Kathleen Wheaton, Fairport, NY, Flowery Dreams by Sándor Kisfaludy High School, Sümeg, Hungary

 

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