NEMES November Meeting

4 November 2010

The museum, which is making great strides in recovering from the spring floods has a new Steampunk exhibit on display.  What you may ask is Steampunk? For a through description please go to this Wikipedia article,  Steampunk combines elements of science fiction,  romance, and mechanical extravaganza.

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