CHANGES IN HOURS AND EXHIBITS FOR SEPTEMBER 15-22
With the Sacred Arts of Tibet Tour here for a weeklong residency Sept. 15-22, the museum will be open daily (including Monday) from 10:30am-4:30pm for viewing the unfolding creation of the sand mandala. The Big Book exhibit and musical instrument area will be closed during this time.
Announcing the New Hampshire premier of “And Still We Rise” – 44 stunning story quilts narrating 400 years of the African American experience – coming to the Mariposa in Peterborough and the Canaan Street Meetinghouse in Canaan starting September 1st.
Watch the Preview Video | Exhibit Hours and Details
Sacred Arts of Tibet Tour at Mariposa September 15-22
The Mariposa is thrilled to continue the community tradition of welcoming Tibetan Buddhist monks to the Monadnock Region by bringing the Sacred Arts of Tibet Tour from Gaden Shartse Monastery in South India to Peterborough September 15-22! The monks’ weeklong visit will begin with an opening ceremony for the sand mandala on Saturday, September 15 at 10:30am at the Mariposa. For the full schedule events and activities, click here.
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NOW ON EXHIBIT
The Big Book: Pages for Peace
Inspring a New Generation of Peacemakers
For more details on this exhibit, click here
Did You Know…
Each year the Mariposa nurtures curiosity about difference and the world of cultures around us in more than 2,000 school aged children.
For 16 years, we’ve been creating a space where, through the power of arts and personal connection, children can come with classrooms, in home school experiences, and with friends and family to discover, explore…and make a world of difference.
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