Ashland Gallery Guide 23
A S S O C I A T E M E M B E R S
Books & Videos to Borrow or Exchange
1757 Ashland Street
Established in Ashland’s Railroad
District in 2002, RVML’s unique
collection of books, audiobooks and
DVDs has grown to be among the largest
of its kind in the world. With emphasis on
practical solutions to the world’s critical
challenges, RVML’s mission is providing
easy access to information that inspires,
heals and connects.
Areas of Focus: spirituality, science,
consciousness studies, health/healing,
psychology, personal development,
culture, sociology, paranormal, media,
ET/UFO, critical thinking, conferences,
history and more.
1500 E. Main Street, Ashland
ScienceWorks Hands-On Museum
offers families a day of science
exploration and observation. Enter
Da Vinci’s Garage to tinker with
engineering and architecture designs
such as the Marble Matrix (pictured),
or walk through the Dark Science
tunnel to experience how light works
in a variety of ways. Play a song on the
Light Harp (pictured) and freeze your
shadow! February 2 through September
2, 2019 the museum’s featured exhibit is
Wild Music: Sounds and Songs of Life.
Explore the science of sound through
bird calls, musical instruments,
whale song, and music composition.
Wild Music is available in English,
Spanish and Braille.