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“What Shall I Wear to Work Today?” at Museum L-A


In this photograph from “The Way We Worked,” Navy Lt. Cmdr. Dorothy Ryan checks a patient’s medical chart aboard the hospital ship USS Repose, off South Vietnam in April, 1966.

In conjunction with its new exhibit, “The Way We Worked,” Museum L-A will present a special children’s vacation program on Wednesday, February 20 from 10:30 a.m. to noon called “What Shall I Wear to Work Today?”

Open to children ages 7 to 11, the program will provide participants with an opportunity to tour the exhibit, investigate uniforms and work clothes from occupations in the Lewiston-Auburn region, and consider the question: “Why do people wear special clothes to work?” They will also design a uniform for a job they might envision for themselves in the future. The cost is $8 per child; pre-registration is required. For more information or to register, contact Joan Beal at 333-3881 or

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