Thanks for an Amazing Year!
We had a great year at BCM. The KY Historical Society honored our Korean War exhibit with an Education award. We debuted our new chipmunk mascot, Chippie, whose Sensational Science Labs introduced science to hundreds of preschoolers in a fun and engaging way..

But we're not done!

We've got big plans at BCM for 2019. So that we can get ready for a new year of exhibits, events, education and entertainment,we're closing the museum to visitors from January 14 to February 4.
Museum Closed January 14-February 4
The museum will re-open on Tuesday, February 5 and all your favorite BCM family activities return for the 2019 season. Chippie's Sensational Science Labs resume the second week of each month, starting Tuesday, February 12. Tot Tuesdays! are back on the third Tuesday of each month, beginning February 19. Take a break, pack a lunch and learn some local history at our Brown Bag Luncheons beginning Thursday, February 21.
Six@Six Lecture Series
Celtic Bog Burials with Amanda Andrews
Thursday, February 21, 6 p.m.
A characteristic of Iron Age Britain and Ireland is a lack of burial evidence. Are watery graves the answer to this historical and anthropological mystery? Amanda Andrews, NKU anthropology major, will explore this topic through comparison and evidence from recently recovered Iron Age bog bodies. Join us at BCM's 2nd floor Education Center for this interesting topic.

Behringer-Crawford is a proud partner of the Six@Six lecture series that is sponsored by the Scripps Howard Center for Civic Engagement at NKU.
Resolve to Support BCM's Educational Efforts
Donate to the 2018 Annual Fund
Start off the new year with a special resolution - to help BCM continue its mission of preserving the history, culture and heritage of Northern Kentucky, with your gift to the museum's 2018 annual fund. Last year, through our educational programming and exhibits, we served nearly 41,000 people, almost 20,000 of them youth. Your donation in any amount will help us continue our efforts and also support the launch of  Crawford’s Curators in Training , a hands-on learning experience where students will handle and research actual artifacts, design and install exhibits and, in the process, develop a deep appreciation for and excitement about the communities in which they live.
To donate, please visit .

Or mail your contribution to: Behringer-Crawford Museum
1600 Montague Road-Devou Park Covington, KY 41011.
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Behringer-Crawford Museum is supported in part by our members;
the City of Covington, Kenton County Fiscal Court, ArtsWave,
Kentucky Arts Council, The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr. US Bank Foundation and the Northern Kentucky Sports Hall of Fame.
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