Join us for a special exhibit:

"The Way We Worked", a Smithsonian exhibit sponsored by the Florida Humanities Council, and in Franklin County collaboratively sponsored by the Apalachicola Municipal Library and the Historic Apalachicola Foundation.

January 28 to March 12, 2016. Opening reception and discussion: Thursday, January 28, 5:30-7 pm.

Franklin County is one of six counties in Florida chosen this year by the Florida Humanities Council to display this traveling exhibit which explores how work became such a central element in American culture, by tracing the many changes that affected the workforce and the work environment over the past 150 years.

Open Wed. to Sun. 1-5pm.

Weekly Roundtable Discussions- 5:30-7pm:
Feb.4:  Future Thinking
Feb.11:  Looking At Our Past
Feb.18:  Superintendent Candidates
Feb.25:  Recent Grads Finding Work/Opportunity

March 10Closing Event "Walk On The Waterfront," at 13 Mile Seafood Market at 227 Water Street, Apalachicola. With Sara Ward, recent grad, AND Basecamp Apalach, an Ecotourism center and Business of dynamic Robin & Mike Vroegop.

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