The Sioux Tolerance Week Exhibit opening at the Museum
Tuesday, April 10 – 12 Noon – Sioux City Public Museum
The opening of The Sioux City Tolerance Week exhibit. A light lunch will be served, RSVP to the Sioux City Museum at 279-6174. Admission is limited to the first 90 RSVPs. The exhibit will be displayed during the month of April. The Sioux City Tolerance Week exhibit is a collection of essays and art projects submitted since 2005, photos of school participants and award winners. It will showcase the events and celebrate survivors, teachers and students. The exhibit was created to better understand the events of Tolerance Week and how they fit into the Siouxland schools and community and our desired outcomes. Selected photos by the late Sioux City native Vernon Tott, a tank driver who took photos of the newly liberated prisoners at the German concentration camp Ahlem will also be displayed.