Lifelong Learners: Maribelle Cormack
June 7 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Maribelle Cormack: Connecting the Museum’s Past to the Present
Monday, June 7, 10:00am-11:00am
Join the museum director to take a tour of the museum archives in this lifelong learners program to learn about Maribelle Cormack. In 1926 she moved to Providence, from Buffalo, to become the Assistant to the Director of the Museum of Natural History. In 1947 she became the director, a position which she held until her retirement in 1972. She wrote extensively and published more than 20 books in her lifetime. Learn about this amazing woman and her dedication to the museum. Please note: Archives, non-public space, is accessible by stairs only.
Program fee per session: $3 per adult/Free for museum members. Pre-registration required. Capacity is limited. Pets are not permitted on walking tours. Children are not permitted in our lifelong learners programming. We will practice social distancing and appropriate face coverings will be worn.
What are lifelong learners programs?
The Museum of Natural History and Planetarium offers tours, talks, drawing classes and other programs throughout the year for adult learners in our Lifelong Learners series. We have a variety of programming tailored for all kinds of lifelong learners.