The Temecula Valley Museum is delighted to showcase the creative and intelligent minds of our youth through the Annual Third Grade History Contest & Exhibit! The winning entries will displayed at the Temecula Valley Museum in the Temecula History: A Third Grade Perspective exhibit from Tuesday, April 9, 2019 through Thursday, May 2, 2019.
Now in its 17th year, the contest solicits entries from third grade students throughout the Temecula Valley. Students highlight aspects of Temecula’s history through various threedimensional, electronic, and panel displays. The contest encourages creativity and ingenuity while teaching the importance of preserving Temecula’s rich history for many future generations to appreciate. Displaying the winning projects serves as a way for local youth to receive recognition for the imaginative ways of expressing knowledge of Temecula Valley history.
The contest and exhibition was created by the Temecula Valley Museum in keeping with the museum’s goal to offer interesting cultural exhibits and to highlight the talent of artists and historians, of all ages, residing in the Temecula Valley.
To learn more about this contest and other educational programs offered by the Temecula Valley Museum, please visit TemeculaValleyMuseum.org or call (951) 694-6450.