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Power of Poison Opening Event

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Indiana State Museum

650 West Washington Street

Indianapolis, IN 46204

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The Power of Poison is a highly interactive exhibition featuring a walk-through forest, poisonous dart frogs and a tarantula, and plenty of hands-on discovery! Explore the themes of poison in nature, myth, human health and legend. Step into a fairytale scene to get up close to a giant “enchanted” book, solve poisoning mysteries, and see our live presenters share dramatic stories of poisonings and forensic detection.

6:15 p.m.: Opening Remarks

6:30-8 p.m.: Explore the exhibit, enjoy themed light bites & beverages

Talk with Dr. Mark Siddall, curator of this traveling exhibit, from the American Museum of Natural History. Also, meet Dr. Brent Furbee, medical director emeritus at Indiana Poison Center, who will present on famous Indiana murderers who used poison to commit their crimes.

Member Adults – $10; Youth (ages 3-17) – $5

Non-Member Adults – $20; Youth (ages 3-17) – $15

RSVP required by October 18

The Power of Poison is organized by the American Museum of Natural History, New York (www.amnh.org)

Opening Event and Exhibit Generously Sponsored by:

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