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Havana hosts Smithsonian exhibit on rural America

Havana Smithsonian Exhibit

From March 23 to May 4, the Havana History and Heritage Center is hosting the Smithsonian Institution’s “Crossroads: Change in Rural America,” a Museum on Main Street exhibition.

In 2010, just 18 percent of Americans lived in rural areas, down more than 20 percentage points since 1900.

Crossroads exhibits offer rural towns, such as Havana, an opportunity to highlight their rich histories and give families the chance to learn more about Florida’s evolving rural areas. Through free-standing exhibitions and interactive kiosks, learn more about the history of Havana and the journey of rural North Florida over the past century.

McKinley Lewis, On 3 Public Relations

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