“Keepers of the custom” – March 12-May 15
Portraits, folklore therefore the stories of 12 "Keepers" of Appalachian ways from "Keepers for the Tradition" guide by singer Leslie Roberts Gregg and writer Michael Abraham.
Indian Ways – an Interactive display for Children-Ongoing
Hands-on display highlights Indian tools and lifestyle and allows children to work corn in a wigwam setting, test their particular abilities at determining pet tracks and animal furs to get directions on making rain sticks and turtle layer rattles. Take-home crafts packet includes products for generating an Indian headdress, making rattles and bead and shell necklaces.
The Amazingly Spring Pump Station
The Historic amazingly Spring Pump Station is an exciting place for children and adults to visit alike. The pump section is an essential part of Roanoke's record and is noted on the National enroll of Historic Places. Look at the pump section and find out the pump for action. The historic amazingly Spring Pump facility is based during the part of Jefferson and McClanahan, near Roanoke Memorial Hospital. Its free to people and open Saturday 12-4pm and Sunday 1-4pm from May to September.
MIGRATIONS AT CROSSROADS OF HISTORY
Migrations at Crossroads of History is an innovative new exhibit that incorporates the most effective interpretive and technical requirements while exposing 10, 000 several years of our region's social history through artifacts that span your whole human being knowledge from primitive times for this time. With a whole new design, brand-new interactive audiovisual features, games, and more, the real history Museum's newly finished display is a fantastic knowledge for the whole household. Crossroads may be the History Museum's permanent display and it is located on the 3rd flooring.