The Water/Ways traveling Smithsonian exhibition arrived in Saint Peter this week. Hosted by Nicollet County Historical Society Aug. 13- Sept. 25 at the Treaty Site History Center, Bolton & Menk is proud to support the local efforts for the project. We have teamed up with Nicollet County Historical Society and Arts Center of Saint Peter to host a reception at the Arts Center on Friday, August 19, from 5-7 p.m., featuring a water bar — a unique chance to sample area waters and learn about water quality issues. The water bar is organized by Works Progress and will be “bartended” by Bolton & Menk staff. The reception is free and open to the public. “WaterStories: Work by Members of the Arts Center of Saint Peter,” will also be on display at the Arts Center for attendees to enjoy.
Bolton & Menk also had the opportunity to sponsor the Water/Ways mural at the Treaty Site History Center. The Smithsonian Water/Ways Traveling Exhibit will be on display now through September 25 at the Nicollet County Historical Society’s Treaty Site History Center in Saint Peter. If you have a chance, take some time to visit this great opportunity! Saint Peter was one of five cities in the state of Minnesota to host the Smithsonian exhibit.