Details for GEORGE BUSH LIBRARY FOUNDATION

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1000 George Bush Drive West College Station, TX 77845
979.691.4000 • www.bush41.org

@Bush41Library

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NEW EXHIBIT opening MONDAY

Lines with Power and Purpose: Editorial Cartoons
OctOber 7, 2019 tO January 5, 2020

Features fifty-one original editorial cartoons from the nation’s great
metropolitan newspapers during the Golden age of print journalism

Smokey Bear’S 75th Birthday BaSh
OctOber 19, 2019 • 10 a.m. tO 2 p.m.

EVENTS

america’s national champion of wildfire prevention, Smokey
bear, turns 75. come see the official “Friends of Smokey
bear” hot air balloon that’s traveled all the way from
albuquerque, New mexico. this must-see balloon is nearly
ten stories tall and 72 feet wide! celebrate
with carnival-like children’s games, arts and
crafts, bounce houses, a dunking booth, piñatas,
face painting, a meet and greet with Smokey,
educational booths and birthday cupcakes.

Texas A&M University Chemistry Roadshow by Dr. Jim Pennington

OctOber 24, 2019 • 10:30 a.m. tO 11:30 a.m. & 12:30 p.m. tO 1:30 p.m.
Join us at the annenberg presidential conference center to ignite
imaginations and engage students using chemistry demonstrations
with fire, explosions, weird polymers, and super cold materials.

“Night at the museum” Halloween celebration
OctOber 27, 2019 • 3 p.m. - 6 p.m.

activities include trick-or-treating through the museum,
carnival games, refreshments, bounce houses, face
painting, a holiday photo op and a costume contest.

PO BOX 14141, COLLEGE STATION, TX 778414141

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