Exhibit Sponsorships at the Greeley History Museum

Temperance on Tap Opens March 12, 2016

Exhibit sponsors provide the funding required to create high-quality local and regional history exhibits at the Greeley History Museum. Our thematic exhibits are seen by thousands of annual visitors and provide both education and entertainment through interesting artifacts, documents, maps, photographs and interactive interpretive stations. The Greeley History Museum relies on general sponsorships to develop and produce engaging and educational exhibits.

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For more information, please contact:
Peggy Ford Waldo, Curator of Development
Peggy.ford@greeleygov.com
970-350-9217

TonTap_1983_48_0004T~ExhibitsAbout the Exhibit

In 1920 the 18th amendment established the prohibition of alcoholic beverages in the United States by declaring its production illegal. And although the amendment was repealed throughout the United States in 1933, the City of Greeley remained an alcohol-free city through 1969. What was temperance? How did it help shape Greeley and surrounding communities? And did the extension of prohibition in Greeley have a direct impact on today’s culture? These questions and more will be answered throughout this innovative exhibit that seeks to connect the past with the present. Located in the Greeley History Museum’s East Gallery, the exhibit runs from Mar. 12, 2016 through Sept. 15, 2016.

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