Water/Ways, a traveling exhibition from the Smithsonian’s Museum on Main Street (MoMS) continues through September 16th. The exhibition opened July 9th and is presented by the African American Cultural Society, Inc., in partnership with the Florida Humanities and the Flagler Tourism Development Council.  Water/Ways is on view in the AACS Museum and Cultural Center’s Founders Gallery located at 4422 N. US Hwy 1, Palm Coast Fla., 32110.The exhibition is in its seventh week. As a reminder, here are the exhibit’s August events:Sat. August 27th | 3 PM to 5 PMEnvironmental Ambassador Program for Youth, A youth employment program, teaching youth about water conservation, food safety, and environmental awareness | Nkwanda Jah will lead a discussion on the Environmental Ambassadors regarding the importance of awareness, an action-oriented approach to environmental problems facing the world today, and how to effectively engage youth in becoming a part of the solution. Nkwanda Jah is an Environmental Advocate, Executive Director of the Cultural Arts Coalition, Chair of the local NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Committee, and founder of the Environmental Ambassador to youth employment program.Sat. August 27th | 7 PM to UntilDon’t Rock the Boat Rock the Mic: Comedy on the CoastKT Entertainment, Darren Darby, and Heart of Carrie Home Care present a comedy show that will “float your boat”! Doors open at 7 p.m., and show time is 8 p.m. Featuring Will Speed, Antwan Murphy, and Cortez Brooks. Food and drink will be available. Tickets start at $25 and are available by searching “Comedy on the Coast” on Eventbrite.com.”Tue. August 30th | 6 PM to 8 PMCoastal Ecology – Genung’s Fish Camp | Captain Adam Morley, Co-Owner Genung’s Fish Camp, Professional Boat Captain, environmentalist, former president of the Friends of A1A, and co-chair of their A1A Scenic Byway Litter Removal pilot program, discusses environmental causes across the region, and his life as a boast captain and co-owner of a fish camp.Sustainable Farming with Small FarmersAngela TenBroeck, mayor of Marineland,  Agricultural Farmer, and 2021 Woman of the Year in Agriculture.  In Duval County TenBroeck taught innovative curriculums focused on students interested in professionalizing in medicine or coastal sciences; her initiatives pair entrepreneurship with a social mission. One of those is to channel “reemerging citizens”– formerly incarcerated individuals, veterans, people in recovery, women starting over – into the farming enterprises.The “Water/Ways” exhibition explores the endless motion of the water cycle—from water’s effect on the landscape, settlement and migration, to its impact on culture and spirituality. Interactive stations in the exhibition provide visitors with opportunities to explore water from both scientific and cultural perspectives as well as encourage conversations about water’s enduring impact on our daily lives.For a detailed exhibition description, tour/speaker schedule, recurring activities, FREE tickets, volunteer opportunities, and a complete list of sponsors and supporters, visit aacspalmcoast.org and click “Don’t Miss Our Next Event”. “Funding for this program was provided through a grant from Florida Humanities with funds from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this exhibition do not necessarily represent those of Florida Humanities or the National Endowment for the Humanities.”