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Western Pa. institutions join in on Museum Day Live

“Smithsonian” magazine’s annual Museum Day Live! free-admission day is scheduled for March 12.

The Alle-Kiski Valley Historical Society in Tarentum, the Senator John John Heinz History Center in the Strip District and the Westmoreland Museum of American Art in Greensburg will participate, along with museums, zoos, aquariums parks and other cultural entities nationwide.

This year’s theme is “Inspiring Women and Girls of Color,” in conjunction with Women’s History Month and a campaign to reach women and girls of color in underserved communities.

The free ticket is good for two guests per household, per address. If a ticketholder brings more than one guest, the additional guests will pay full admission.

People interested in attending should visit smithsonianmag.com/museumday to register for an account and then request a ticket to one participating venue.

The ticket will be available to download immediately or up to March 12. The ticket must printed to present for free admission or be accessible on a mobile device.

— Shirley McMarlin


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