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September 8, 2015

Come Hang Out With a Bunch of Lowlifes When EXTREME DEEP: Mission to the Abyss Opens September 19!
Green Bay, WI---September 8, 2015--- It's a world that, until only recently, no one knew existed. EXTREME DEEP: Mission to the Abyss offers opportunities for hands-on exploration of life at the bottom of the sea. Presented by Evergreen Exhibitions in collaboration with Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), EXTREME DEEP is an interactive exhibit that highlights the adventure of deep-sea exploration and discovery.

EXTREME DEEP depicts the mysteries of the ocean's greatest depths. Newly discovered life forms, thermal vents, close-up views of deep-sea research submersibles as well as shipwrecks including Titanic, are among the attractions in this deep-sea adventure. Museum visitors will observe firsthand the technology that only recently has allowed men and women to travel to the ocean floor.
EXTREME DEEP introduces biology, chemistry, geology, history, exploration and the critical role that technology plays in understanding our world and its future.

EXTREME DEEP opens September 19, 2015 and runs through January 6, 2016. 
You can find more information about EXTREME DEEP and related programming at www.nevillepublicmuseum.org
The Neville Public Museum would like to thank all of the sponsors and donors who helped to make this exhibit possible:
George Kress Foundation/Green Bay Packaging, Byron L. Walter Family Trust, Cornerstone Foundation of Northeastern Wisconsin, Inc., Schneider Foundation, K.C. Stock Foundation, Green Bay Packers Foundation, Wisconsin Public Service Foundation, the Joseph & Sarah VanDrisse Trust, Renco Machine Company, Inc., Scott & Nancy Armbrust, Dr. Richard & Ellen Horak, Diane & Patrick Ford, Greater Green Bay Community Foundation, Charles & Elizabeth Schrock, Little Rapids Corporation/Egan Family Foundation, US Bank, Primum Bonum, NEW Charitable Trust, Sherwin-Williams, The Art Guild, WFRV TV 5, Pomp’s Tire Service, WBAY TV 2, and the Green Bay Press Gazette. 
Submitted by:
Rachel Patterson
Neville Public Museum Foundation
[email protected]
210 Museum Place
Green Bay, WI 54303

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