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Arlington, Virginia
Consortiums, Alliances and other Support Groups
AAYM began in 1962 with a small group of children's museum directors who decided it would be helpful for them to meet informally as a group during the American Association of Museum's (AAM) annual meeting. Michel Spock says, "AAYM stayed informal for about a decade. We resisted turning it into a real organization. We didn't take minutes or have formal meetings. It was for directors - to discuss our common purpose and our problems and issues.
Portsmouth, Virginia
Consortiums, Alliances and other Support Groups
FAN is the Family Attractions Network of Hampton Roads, Virginia. This cooperative promotional program is designed to make it easier for you, the real fans, to find and enjoy the many cultural, historical and entertainment opportunities in Hampton Roads region of Virginia.

Hampton Roads is comprised of the southeastern tip of Virginia, at the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay.
Alexandria, Virginia
Consortiums, Alliances and other Support Groups
The national capital region of Washington, D.C., northern Virginia, and suburban Maryland is home to The Historic House Museum Consortium of Metropolitan Washington D.C., a diverse collection of over 40 sites open to the public as museums and historic attractions.
Arlington, Virginia
National Associations
Founded in 1903 as a non-profit organization, the National Genealogical Society is a dynamic and growing membership of individuals and other groups from all over the country—and the world—that share a common love of the field of genealogy. Whether you're a beginner, a professional or somewhere in between, NGS can assist you in your research into the past!
Martinsville, Virginia
Regional Associations
When your family is gathered around the dining table, there are a wide variety of things you can talk about. Your kids can talk about gossip at school. You can gripe about work. Your wife or husband can gossip. This kind of talk is actually kind of empty. If anything, this kind of talk doesn’t really build up your family and reduces everyone into petty gossips.
Richmond, Virginia
State Associations
With over 1,000 members, VAM brings together individuals and institutions of our Virginia and D.C. museum community to further education and training, foster development, and provide support for museums and museum staff. Established in 1968, VAM gives cultural and historical sites in Virginia and the District of Columbia a forum to voice common concerns, share ideas, learn from each other, and grow stronger in the process.
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