We always strive to keep you informed of all the happenings at the Nauticus Campus. This letter, while quite unprecedented, is no different. You likely received an email from our Executive Director this week regarding the COVID-19 situation. We wanted to also inform you of the status of your membership.
We appreciate every visitor who steps through our doors, but it is our members who truly make Nauticus feel like home. During this temporary closure, I encourage you to take advantage of our online offerings, including our new series, Virtual Adventures, on our social media channels and website, that provide fun content and informal education featuring the entire Nauticus campus.
In addition to our appreciation for your patience as we navigate this unique situation, we want to reassure those members who have joined in March 2020—or those who have memberships expiring at the end of March and April of this year—that we will be offering extended expiration dates. This change will be done electronically and will be reflected at the front desk as you check-in. More details will be communicated soon.
Thank you for your continued patience and understanding. Please know that you can still contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or 757-664-1005 if you have any additional questions or concerns.
Please continue to stay safe and well. We hope to see you all soon as we have an exciting year planned, with new exhibits and event, some of which are highlighted below.
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Join us online with our NEWVirtual Adventures series featuring all aspects of Nauticus' campus hosted by our educators who will provide fun content and informal education for all ages daily.
Consider supporting the Nauticus Foundation. Your contributions matter today more than ever. They will ensure that we are ready and able to welcome you back to the museum with open arms in the weeks to come. Please GIVE TODAY and help us carry out our mission to benefit the community through education, impactful experiences and by sharing access to maritime resources.