‘Go Fish!’ Exhibit To Be Opened Through Labor Day

‘Go Fish!’ Exhibit To Be Opened Through Labor Day

If you’re a fish lover, you should visit the Tri-State Museum and Visitor Center which opened ‘Go Fish!’ earlier this month. It’s a new mini-exhibit where people can find many things related to fish.

You can find the ‘Go Fish!’ exhibit, opened on July 9, around the Visitor Center shelves. It is a must-visit exhibit where one can get several pictures on fish, storyboards, symbols of fish, species of fish in the region and cultural icons. In additions, it also offers history of fisheries and past of the DC Booth Fish Hatchery and the McNenny State Fish Hatchery.

That’s not all! As per reports, ‘Go Fish!’ also has a number of artifacts that are from the McNenny State Fish Hatchery and some permanent collections belonging to the museum. It also includes museum volunteer Lu Schuchhardt.

Kids can also have fish puzzles and games during the exhibit. These are given to kids by South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks. The visitor children are given a take-home packet of these games. Children, who are over-sized, are given books on fish.

Organizers have planned to carry on with the ‘Go Fish!’ exhibit through this Labor Day, which means interested fish-lovers have a long time to take part in it. Another interesting this about the exhibit is that public can visit the museum and the visitor center without paying a single penny for it.

People who don’t know where they should go can head to Tri-State Museum and Visitor Center which is at 415 Fifth Avenue in Belle Fourche. During the summer, visiting hours are from 9 am to 5 pm on Monday to Saturday, and on Sunday, from 1 pm to 4 pm.