Enjoying learning opportunities in the city


December 20, 2023

Steve Edwards

Visitors to the Anne Frank traveling exhibit move through the 30-panel display reading the story of Anne Frank and her diaries. The exhibit attracts junior and senior high students as well as working adults and retirees. Since its creation in 1996 the "Anne Frank-History for Today" exhibit has been shown in 3500 locations in 77 countries and presented in many languages.

Alert readers may recall I often lament the annoyances of spending extended time in the Seattle area when my wife and I take on our dog-sitting duties each fall. The daily hassles of living amongst four million other people wear me down. I enjoy our time with family, but our extended stays can be difficult at times.

The upside of being in a big city is having access to cultural and educational experiences that are rarely available in small towns or rural areas. During our current five week stay in the Pacific Northwest my wife and I enjoyed two totally different experiences that I thought...

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