“New Roots in River Banks” Exhibit

New Roots in River BanksNew Roots in River Banks is an exhibit and accompanying events on Polish and other Eastern European immigrants and their contributions in the Connecticut River Valley. Told through the experiences of two Eastern European immigrant families – the Skibicki/Skibiski family on farming and the Sojka family in factories, the exhibit, through photos and artifacts, chronicles their journey from Poland and Ukraine to America and their lives here in America. For all ages; all events are free and open to the public.

March 9 to April 28,

Great Falls Discovery Center

2 Avenue A, Turners Falls

Click here for more information on the exhibit and all the events and activities surrounding it.

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