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Exploring Human Origins: What Does It Mean to Be Human? 

When: Jan. 5-Feb. 2, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. 2016
Phone: 893-8350
Price: Free
How do we define what it means to be a member of the human species? A big traveling exhibit from the Smithsonian that’s heading to Spokane for a quick, month-long run seeks to answer this question and more, hosting fascinating guest lectures, educational programs and interactive exhibit components. The replicas in the exhibit are just like what you’d see at the National Museum of Natural History, and for its Spokane run, more than 40 programs at Spokane County Library District branches are planned, including workshops on Stone Age survival skills, our region’s own Salish heritage and kids’ activities that let young learners paint like cave people and explore the wonders of human DNA.

Jan. 5-Feb. 2; open daily during library hours • North Spokane Library • 44 E. Hawthorne • scld.org/humanorigins
— Chey Scott

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