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Join Teddy Roosevelt as he tells the story of his travels to the West, and how his time here changed his life from a thin, young city slicker to a robust and adventurous cowboy.
Stories included encounters with wild people and animals and how these experiences gave him the insight and courage to protect and preserve the West.
Free admission to program and Museum for students and chaperones (1 to 7 students).
Program runs one hour and includes time for questions and answers. Suitable for third grade and older.
10:30 a.m. in the Special Events Center. Explore Museum galleries after program. Space provided to eat lunch.