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Local museum director leads travel study program in Brazil

a cable car over sugar loaf mountain (brazil)

Idabel, OK (January 5, 2018)— Museum of the Red River director Henry Moy will lead a short-term study program in Brazil in May. Moy said the program will “combine culture, history, and natural history” and is “the trip of a lifetime”. Both the Museum and Moy have strong ties to the region. The Museum is home …

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Museum director to lead tour of world’s most remote country

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Idabel, OK (March 29, 2018)—Museum of the Red River Director Henry Moy will lead a tour of New Zealand from September 21 to October 2, 2018, as part of the Museum’s annual travel study program. The program is capped at 15 attendees. The tour includes excursions to the nation’s most famous natural and man-made wonders. …

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Oaxaca: Free and Sovereign

Join the Museum on a journey to Oaxaca, “The Free and Sovereign State” of Mexico, September 24 – October 1, 2017. Oaxaca is home to dozens of indigenous peoples and cultures—most notably the Zapotecs and Mixtecos. It’s rugged mountain ranges create one of the most biologically diverse states in Mexico. For centuries, the mountains have …

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