If you haven’t been to the Mead Cultural Education Center yet, you are missing out on a little known exhibit we have on display. “Homage” is a set of 18 photographic prints taken by Dave Jensen, formerly of Yankton. Prior to many of the buildings being torn down, Jensen went for an intimate look inside the historic campus buildings – including the Mead Building. We are honored to have his photo collection on exhibit. Mark your calendars to visit the MCEC on Sunday, April 28 for a dedication ceremony of the Journeying Forward exhibit and its new features. We will have a nationally-recognized expert on Thomas Jefferson – Clay Jenkinson from North Dakota. Tickets are available for the speaker - visit our website for more information. Don’t forget to visit at noon today (April 5) for our monthly Feed Your Mind Program. Former administrator Steve Lindquist will be here to talk about the history of the state hospital, which celebrates a 140th anniversary this year. For more on upcoming events you can check out our calendar of events at www.meadbuilding.org. You can stop out at the Mead Cultural Education Center at 82 Mickelson Drive, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our winter hours are Monday-Friday 10am-4pm (closed Wednesdays) and Saturday & Sunday 1pm-5pm. Office hours are Monday-Friday 8am-5pm.