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    JFK and People with Intellectual Disabilities

    At the dawn of the New Frontier, as John F. Kennedy launched his administration, intellectual disability was a neglected issue, receiving minimal state or federal funding. Few scientists were researching its causes, and even fewer doctors and educators were trained to support people with intellectual disabilities and their families. Many childre...

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    Docents

    Docents at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum facilitate museum learning for visitors of all ages including families, students and adults. Docent duties may include, but are not limited to, conducting museum highlights programs, leading programs for school groups, and engaging visitors in hands-on museum activities.

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    Georgia Krantz
    12/23/10

    Tours at the Guggenheim

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    Sundaes on Saturday at the JFK (October 30, 2003)
    0/30/2003

    This November and December, on six Saturdays, the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum will offer “Sundaes on Saturday at the JFK” for children and families. Visitors can create their own sundaes from ice-cream sundae bar on Saturdays between 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. in the Pavilion at the Kennedy Library and Museum. Sundaes are $5.00 for children...

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    The Museum at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library Seeks Volunteers for New Docent Program (February 16, 2006)
    0/16/2006

    Boston, MA – Today the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum announced plans to launch a volunteer museum docent program .  When the program launches this spring, visitors will be met by docents who will help guide them through the Museum’s 25 multimedia exhibits and period settings.  Docents will lead Museum tours, give gallery talks and...

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    JFK Library Introduces New Discount for EBT Cardholders
    0/28/2013

    Boston, MA– The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum today introduced a new program that invites all Massachusetts residents with Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) cards to show their card to get $4 per person admission to the museum, a savings of $8 on regular adult admission.

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