2020 marks our 30th anniversary year and so we’re taking this moment to celebrate YOU.
Since 1990, we’ve fostered long-lasting traditions and created cherished family memories. Laura and her parents certainly know this experience to be true!
When Laura was just nine years old, she recalls grabbing her father’s arm and gently nudging him to our Cornhusk Doll exhibit, where children learn first-hand about the traditional arts and crafts of early Americans from Mexico. It was there that 19 years ago, Laura created a cornhusk doll.
Now, nearly two decades later, that very same cornhusk doll still remains in Laura’s childhood bedroom. This doll, which began as a celebration of the Latin American community, also carries many fond memories for Laura and her family.
Laura still talks about our museum to this day because of the childhood experiences she had here. This story and so many others wouldn’t be possible without the help of our generous community. We’re extremely grateful for the ongoing outpour of support we’ve received — now and across the past thirty years.