After a series of site evaluations and assessments of the Interpretive Center after Hurricane Ida, executive director Karen Young shares an update of the status of our Center and our newest exhibition POOL: A Social History of Segregation. Click here to read the full statement.
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Creativity is All Around Us at The Water Works: Join us!

Despite a snowy winter, programs and activities abound here at The Water Works. In fact, we’re learning more about snow for our February Pop Up event!

If you missed the stunning performance of the modern opera “Tributaries,” this issue of our newsletter brings it alive for you. From haunting music to dramatic lighting and beautiful costumes, this innovative use of the Kelly Pool is just the beginning…and we welcome your ideas and proposals for future events.

Our education programs bring students to The Water Works, and we bring our programs to local schools — read about what the Nebinger school has been creating!

This issue also celebrates the Schuylkill River as Pennsylvania River of the Year for 2014.

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Our tours bring The Water Works site alive, both inside and out, and you can register for your free tickets for “Milling Around” at
http://waterworksmillingaroundtour.eventbrite.com” and for “Inside Out” at http://waterworksinsideouttour.eventbrite.com — space is limited, so sign up today. We’ve included links within the newsletter, too.

So save the dates for all of our wonderful events, and we’re looking forward to seeing you at The Water Works soon!