Lawrence Countians have their last chance to visit the Smithsonian traveling exhibit, featuring Alabama and Lawrence County waterways, before Aug. 14. The exhibit that highlights the importance and impact of water will be leaving Oakville Indian Mounds Museum and moving on next Saturday. 

The exhibit not only includes interactive displays fun for children exploring the water cycle and the history of civilization as it pertains to water sources, but the temporary museum also showcases local art and photographs portraying watersheds in the Bankhead National Forest. 

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