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The Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center Turns 16-Years-Old

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Today the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center turns sixteen years old and are celebrating with free admission day today. The Interpretive Center opened it's doors 16 years ago on this day back in 1998. Since then it has been a staple of the city of Great Falls. The center opened it's doors for free today and celebrated with demonstrations and ice cream for visitors.

"Well today is our 16th anniversary, the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center opened on the first Sunday in May back in 1998. So 16 years now we have been open and we're just having a day to celebrate that event and to say thank you to all the people who have come to visit us all throughout the years," says Jeff LaRock, Center Manager.

Fun fact, today is also the 70th anniversary of the creation of Smokey the Bear. Smokey first appeared back in 1947 and though many years apart share, he shares a birthday with the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center and the center celebrated his birthday too.

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