DULUTH, Minn. -

The Duluth Children's Museum has a lot to be proud of.

In the last few years the museum has added many new programs and exhibits.

In November the museum is starting a new Ojibwe language learning exhibit.

A resident artist, Sarah Howes, is doing Ojibwe bead work. At the museum she's beading moccasins and Converse.

"This whole mix of modern and traditional and being able to show and demonstrate that to kids and families is really cool," said museum President and CEO Cameron Bloom Kruger.

For information on the museum head to their website.