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‘Cranestorm’ Reception to Raise Awareness for Nebraskans Living with Brain Injuries

IMG_6670Join us March 15, 5-6:30 pm, for a special reception at Hastings Museum! Experience the display. Learn to fold a crane. Take of photo of yourself with the display and share it with your friends. Help BIA-NE raise awareness of Brain Injuries.

IMG_6710Hastings Museum is proud to exhibit “Cranestorm—Wishes in Flight” in conjunction with the Brain Injury Association of Nebraska (BIA-NE). This dramatic display features more than 36,000 origami cranes—one to represent each Nebraskan living with a disability due to brain injury. For more information, call Hastings Museum Visitor Services at 402.461.4629. Reception requires regular Museum Admission, but is free for Museum Members and those who folded cranes for the exhibit. Cranestorm is on display at the Museum Feb. 27-May 5.

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