Part of the Schepis Museum of Columbia's presentation of Water/Ways Exhibit. The Schepis Museum has been chosen as one of the first museums in Northeast Louisiana to host a travelling Smithsonian Exhibit known as “Water/Ways”. This exhibition will begin on September 30th, 2018, and will be held through to November 10th, 2018. It will be an amazing experience for the Schepis, and we are very proud to be sharing it with the town of Columbia. There will be various other events hosted throughout to promote this event, and we encourage everyone in this little town to join us. “Water/Ways” is a very important exhibition for every museum lucky enough to host it, because it teaches kids and families of all ages and sizes just how important water is for our everyday life. By utilizing the vast history and cultural connectedness of water in the state, the Smithsonian Institution joins forces with the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, Louisiana 4-H Foundation, and The Walls Project to present a series of educational, ethnological, and enduring exhibitions: Water/Ways to the doorsteps of underserved areas of Louisiana most impacted by water. At this event, David May from the Corps of Engineers will present a program at the Schepis Museum on Water Safety and Recreation.