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Seattle Public Library teams up with local museums to offer free summer admission

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SEATTLE  — Now that school’s out in many local districts, here’s a great idea for the kids.

The Seattle Public Library is teaming up with local museums to offer free admission.

Anyone with a Seattle library card can get one free pass every week to one of the nine museums participating.

They can also make a return visit to their favorite museum once every 30 days.

The museums participating include the Burke Museum, the Center for Wooden Boats, the Children’s Museum, Experience Music Project, Henry Art Gallery, the Log House Museum, the Nordic Heritage Museum, the Northwest African American Museum, and Wing Luke Museum.

For more info:  click on Seattle Public Library Museum Passes.

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