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American Rivers Through Music-Song & Story

Available through the Riverworks Discovery traveling exhibit, a project of the National Mississippi River Museum in Dubuque, Iowa, for programs and performance at museums, schools, libraries, festivals, fairs, exhibitions, community events, concerts, etc. "Riverboat John", a seasoned speaker, storyteller, singer, musician, author and world traveler, can captivate an audience of any size or age. His stories and songs keep his audiences educated and entertained.

RiverWorks Discovery (RWD) was developed by AEP River Operations and has been supported by over 35 funding partners in the river industry. This highly successful educational program has now been adopted and is being expanded. RiverWorks Discovery is a national outreach education effort of the National River Center & Hall of Fame located at the National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium. RWD is a coordinated effort which brings together the for-profi t industry, community leaders, museums, nature centers, educators, and the general public in recognition of the role our rivers have played and will continue to play in our nation's future.  http://www.riverworksdiscovery.org

 

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Career opportunities on the waterways today..Environmental, reacreational and other implications of our use of the waterways today...

School Curriculum from each state is available 

RiverWorks Discovery is a highly successful national outreach education effort of the National River Center & Hall of Fame located at the National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium, located at 350 East Third StreetDubuqueIA52001.

In a classroom, library, museum, gym, or theatre.

Available at most any location and any size group or venue

The Captain Tim Parker pilot house exhibit at the Children's Hands On Museum (CHOM) in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. This exhibit is sponsored by Parker Towing Company, a national sponsor for Riverworks Discovery and the National Mississippi River Museum.

History & Heritage of the rivers, Economics & Social Studies, Language Arts, Science, Geography, Arts-in-Education, Character Education & More...

Available through the Riverworks Discovery, for programs and performance at museums, schools, libraries, festivals, fairs, exhibitions, community events, concerts, etc. "Riverboat John", a seasoned speaker, storyteller, singer, musician, author and world traveler, can captivate an audience of any size or age. His stories and songs keep his audiences educated and entertained.
RiverWorks Discovery is a highly successful educational program and is now being expanded. RiverWorks Discovery is a national outreach education effort of the National River Center & Hall of Fame located at the National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium. RiverWorks Discovery is a coordinated effort which brings together the for-profit industry, community leaders, museums, aquariums, nature centers, educators, and the general public in recognition of the role our rivers have played and will continue to play in our nation's future.

 

If you have any questions about the programs, give Errin Howard a call at 513-403-9312

Riverworks Discovery www,riverworksdiscovery.org or email errin@riverworksdiscovery.org

"Riverboat John" shows how we are all connected by water. His songs and stories are a combination of Mark Twain-Burl Ives-Woody Guthrie & Johnny Cash