Trip Planned to King Tut Exhibition
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The Office of Continuing Education at the University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley is currently taking reservations for the exhibition, “Tutankhamen and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs,” at the Field Museum in Chicago.
The trip to the museum is planned for Saturday, October 21, 2006. Visitors to the new exhibition—twice the size of the original 1977 exhibition—will view stunning artifacts that portray the splendors of life and death in the 18th Dynasty, the era in which King Tutankhamen and his family ruled. Called the “Golden Age of the Pharaohs,” this period produced some of Egypt’s most famous rulers and most exquisite works of art.
The fee for the daytrip is $89, which includes round trip motor coach transportation, admission & audio tour of the exhibit, scheduled stops at attractions including the Museum of Science & Industry, Shedd Aquarium, and Water Tower Place, and an evening meal on the return trip. The bus leaves the UWFox campus at 7:30 a.m. and returns at 9:30 p.m.
Registrations are taken online, by mail, phone, or in person. Go to www.fox.uwc.edu/conted/ and click on online registration, or call the UWFox Office of Continuing Education at (920) 832-2636 for more information or to request a course catalog.