Louisville wouldn’t exist if not for the treacherous falls located on the Ohio River. The Great River spans 981 miles, flows past six states, and provides over five-million people with drinking water today. Through the Harlan Hubbard Watercolors Exhibit, our own collection, and the help of great friends, we’ll spend the day celebrating the history of the river that has given us so much. We’ll have History in Hand stations, special performances, a boat-making craft, activities, and much more.
Our friends from Water Step will be here to demonstrate the water purification machines and methods they send around the world to help provide clean drinking water for all.
Bring a pair of gently used tennis shoes to receive a $4 discount on admission on March 9th, and Water Step will use the donation to further the cause of clean water.
Program is free with admission to the Frazier History Museum.