UP Mosaic, an exhibit at the Beaumier Heritage Center, ends this weekend.
The exhibit examined the relationship between the culture of Upper Peninsula residents with the environmental factors of the area, like climate and mineral resources.
There were some availability problems with the exhibit. After starting later than the original date, the exhibit also ran through NMU's Winter break between semesters. However, fans of the history museum located in the Cohodas Building on 1401 Presque Isle, came and interacted with the exhibit.
After UP Mosaic comes down, a traveling exhibit from the Canadian War Museum will come to Beaumier. The exhibit will focus on the War of 1812 from four different points of views: Americans, Canadians, Native Americans and the British. The opening reception will be on Thursday, January 23 at 6 p.m..
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