OC Museum To Open New Exhibit

OCEAN CITY — On Sunday, June 25, the Ocean City Life- Saving Station Museum will have a grand opening for its new exhibit, “Native Americans: First Contact on Lower Delmarva.”

Free admission to the museum will be offered from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. In addition to viewing the new exhibit, visitors can experience a live performance by Native American John Moore “Laughing Wolf”, at 1 p.m. at the Inlet Park located just south of the museum.

“This performance will give viewers a taste of Native American culture though dance, music,” said Ocean City Life Saving Station Museum Curator, Sandy Hurley. “Along with experiencing all the museum has to offer, we will have face painting for our youth guest during the grand opening exhibit.”

In other news, the Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum will be hosting a book signing by Mark Millikin on Thursday, June 29, from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m.

Millikin was born in Baltimore and has written two books about baseball, “Jimmie Foxx: The Pride of Sudlersville,” published by Scarecrow Press, Inc. and “The Glory of the 1966 Orioles and Baltimore,” published by St. Johann Press.  In 2014 Millikin penned a booklet entitled “Babe Ruth, Star Pitcher for the 1914 Baltimore Orioles.”

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Millikin received a Bachelor of Science degree in Conservation and Resource Development from the University of Maryland in 1969, and a Master of Science degree in Marine Biology from the College of Charleston in 1983.