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Continuing Exhibits

Children's Museum of Richmond
"Adventures With Lewis and Clark," an interactive exhibit celebrating the 200th anniversary of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, through Oct. 31. 2626 W. Broad St. 474-7010.

"James River Waterplay," an interactive, water-filled permanent exhibit exploring hydrology, regional history and commerce along the river. 2626 W. Broad St. 474-7010.

Black History Museum The photography exhibit, "Serve the People: Images of a Vision of the Black Panther Party," opens and documents one of the most controversial organizations to emerge in America during the '60s and '70s. Through June 29. 00 Clay St. 780-9093.

Dementi Studios "A Century of Richmond Brides," featuring 12 portraits of brides from each decade back to the 1890s, is showing at Tiffany's Bridal Shop. 3851 Springfield Road. 648-9003.

Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden More than 30 acres of gardens, changing seasonal display, numerous garden events and bird-watching trail. 1800 Lakeside Ave. 262-9887.

Library of Virginia "Legacies of the New Deal in Virginia" is a free exhibit that offers a look at federal programs initiated by Franklin D. Roosevelt that continue to serve citizens of Virginia, through Dec. 6. 800 E. Broad St. 692-3592.

Maymont The Maymont Foundation offers numerous programs on the weekends. 358-7166, www.maymont.org. 1700 Hampton St.

Richmond History Center Interpretations of the life and works of sculptor Edward Virginius Valentine (a permanent exhibit); and "Preserving Richmond's History: Curators at Work," works done by the curatorial staff. Through September. 1015 E. Clay St. 649-0711.

Richmond Public Library New exhibits include: "Travel Perspective," oil painting by Montpelier artist Barbara Duke Jones; "All Around Richmond and Beyond," 12 paintings by Richmond artist Donald Richards; a collection of oil paintings from David Duck depicting Virginia and Hawaii; and "The Changing Face of Jackson Ward," 23 photographs from students at George Washington Carver Elementary School. Through June 3. 101 E. Franklin St. 646-4256.

Science Museum of Virginia. Travel deep into Tanzania's Gombe Stream National Park with Jane Gooddall's "Wild Chimpanzees" on the IMAX Dome through June 14.

2500 W. Broad St. 864-1400.

The Valentine Museum/Richmond History Center The Edward V. Valentine Sculpture Studio, on permanent display; "Preserving Richmond's History: Curators at Work," through September 2004. 1015 E. Clay St. 649-0711.

The University of Richmond The Marsh Art Gallery features large-scale drawings by Mary Stewart from the Learning series through July 26. The Joel and Lila Harnett Print Study Center features "Virginia Women Artists: Prints from the Permanent Collection" through June 28. University of Richmond. 289-8276.

Virginia Aviation Museum "Aero Adventure" is an exhibit that explores how ice and altitude can affect flight performance. Museum at Richmond International Airport. 236-3622.

Virginia Holocaust Museum "The Ipson Saga:" the story of Holocaust survivor J. Ipson, on view. 213 Roseneath Road. 257-5400.

Virginia Historical Society "Silver in Virginia," a long-term exhibit featuring pieces from the Colonial era. Another exhibit on the "Early Images of Virginia Indians: The William W. Cole Collection," which traces the European perception of Native Virginians, spanning the years from 1585 through the 19th century. Continues through Oct. 5. Also, an original watercolor drawing of Lincoln's post-Civil War visit to Richmond on display through Sept. 3. 428 N. Blvd., Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sun. 1-5 p.m. Tickets, $5 adults. 358-4901.

Virginia House The design and building of Virginia House, home of Alexander and Virginia Weddell, photographic exhibit. This is a long-term exhibit. 4301 Sulgrave Road in Windsor Farms. 353-4251.

Virginia Museum Two new exhibits explore Native American culture. "Uncommon Legacies: Native American Art from the Peabody Essex Museum," introduces more than 100 key objects by Native American artists and includes rare samples from the late-18th through the mid-19th centuries. Another exhibit, "As Long as the Waters Flow: Native Americans in the South and East," showcases the selenium-toned, gelatin-silver prints of artist Carolyn DeMeritt, documenting the spirit of Native Americans who continue to build their communities and to make their presence known. Both run through July 20. Adults $5, youth $3. 2800 Grove Ave. 340-1400.

Wilton House "Portraits, Paintings and Prints at Wilton: The Nancy Gatewood Brown Memorial Exhibit." 215 S. Wilton Road.

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