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We are presenting a host of spectacular activities and events to accompany the exhibition, Traveling the Silk Road, open now through April 13, 2014. They will conjure the sights, sounds, and tastes of the greatest trading route in history. Come hear a storyteller weave an ancient tale. String beads at a jewelry workshop, sip exotic brews at a tea workshop, or witness the magic of shadow puppetry. Here is a list of upcoming programs:
PICK UP YOUR PASSPORT
Are you a Merchant or a Scholar? These were common travelers on the Silk Road. Pick a profession. Travel to four cities on your journey through the exhibit. Stamp your passport at each destination.
Traveling the Silk Road Lecture Series
Thursday, April 10, 7:30 pm
Lecture by Gary Paul Nabhan, “The Silk Roads as Spice Trails and Entry Points for Globalization: Culinary Exchange Between East and West”
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Sunday, April 13: SILK ROAD BAZAAR