An exhibit featuring the work of New York-based photographer Roberto Dutesco has opened at the Museum at Prairiefire in Overland Park, The exhibit, called “Wild Horses of Sable Island,” runs through June 21 and features 33 of Dutesco’s photographs.
The photograhs focus on Sable Island, a small island more than 150 miles southeast of Halifax, Nova Scotia. The island is home to about 500 untamed horses.
Dutesco created a documentary about the horses during his visits to the island, and helped turn it into a protected federal park —meaning no one can visit it without the Canadian government’s approval.
For more information on the photo exhibit: 913-333-3500 or www.museumatpf.org.
The Museum at Prairiefire, 5801 W. 135th St., is the nation’s first permanent venue hosting traveling exhibitions from the American Museum of Natural History.
Enterprise Bank & Trust has opened enrollment for the spring semester of what it calls Enterprise University. The free curriculum offers eight returning courses and three new courses — all addressing business marketing, sales, financial management and leadership topics. Most of the classes are presented in three-hour segments.
Courses are not limited to Enterprise customers, but registration is required. For information on course dates, descriptions and enrollment, go to www.enterprisebank.com/eu. Or call Kay Erb, director of Enterprise University, at 1-800-396-8141, extension 13203 .
Murv Morehead has joined BHC Rhodes as a senior engineering technician in utility services at the firm’s Overland Park office. He had previously worked for the city of Overland Park for the last 27 years, including the last 14 as the city’s right of way coordinator.
BHC Rhodes is a civil engineering and surveying firm based in Overland Park.
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