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ONCRC Exhibits
The following are just a few of the many special FREE exhibits to be featured at the Ozark Natural and Cultural Resource Center...
The ONCRC features a variety of free exhibits each year which highlight Ozark Culture and Natural Resources
"Trees and Trains"

  This exhibit is beautifully created by local individuals and organizations, each decorating a tree using their own creative talents.  Thousands of lights and unique ornaments make this a delightful visual spectacle.  Adding charm from the tradition of decorations under the tree will be miniature trains in a Christmas setting.  This exhibit is open thru December 24th.  There is no cost to tour the exhibit but donations are encouraged to assist the local Chapter of the Salvation Army.

"Salem 150 Year Celebration"

The City of Salem, Missouri was established in 1860, and celebrates it 150th birthday in 2010. A variety of events is scheduled throughout the year, with themes as varied as "Transportation", "Education", "Youth", "Culture", "Nature", and "Famous People".

Past Exhibits...

The ONCRC features a variety of free exhibits each year which highlight Ozark Culture and Natural Resources "Defending Our Freedom"
The people of the Ozarks have made tremendous sacrifices to protect the liberties we sometimes take for granted. "Defending Our Freedom" featured photographs, artifacts, and historical descriptions of the many brave men and women of the area who have served in our military to defeat tyranny and preserve the American way of life.
The ONCRC features a variety of free exhibits each year which highlight Ozark Culture and Natural Resources "Age of Iron"
The development of the railway system in the United States had a profound impact on the Ozark region, as timbers were needed for railroad ties and iron was required to forge the steel rails. This exhibit featured many local photographs and descriptions of the railways impact on the Ozarks.

See our Schedule for upcoming exhibits and workshop dates.

Exhibits are open during the same hours as the ONCRC except when special evening events are scheduled. Workshop hours will be listed with the event is announced.