And Now, Today’s GOOD NEWS: Philadelphia Art Museum Offers Free Admission To First Responders And Their Families
On September 22nd, the Philadelphia Museum of Art will open their newest exhibit, Shipwreck! Winslow Homer and “The Life Line.” To mark the occasion of the exhibit’s opening, and honor those who act with bravery every day to help anyone in need, the museum is offering free admission to area First Responders and their families from September 22nd to the 30th. According to the Art Museum, “Members of Police, Fire, Life Safety, Coast Guard forces, and other services, should present identification at the Visitor Services desk in the Museum to receive their free admission on site.” It’s a nice way to thank those who help us out every day. At the very least, they deserve from free art. Hell, we should let them take some of it home.
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