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Bridges Beyond

Celebrating one year, Crystal Bridges offers more than art

Posted: November 9, 2012 at 2:11 a.m.

Cody George, Crystal Bridges field horticulturist, speaks about the local plants to those in attendance for the program “Discover the Grounds: Preserving the Freshwater Ecosystem at Crystal Bridges.” The museum hosts many such events on the surrounding grounds.
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Cody George, Crystal Bridges field horticulturist, speaks about the local plants to those in attendance for the program “Discover the Grounds: Preserving the Freshwater Ecosystem at Crystal Bridges.” The museum hosts many such events on the surrounding grounds.

It’s hard to believe Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art is turning one year old, but that’s exactly what happens on Sunday. Several hundred thousand visitors have passed through the doors at the museum in Bentonville, and more are sure to come.

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