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Online Exhibits

Visit one of Poe’s beautifully designed and highly interactive online exhibits. Each site features dozens of informative hotspots covering a wide-range of health-science topics. Learn more below!

Poe & Grow Garden

The interactive Poe and Grow Garden is designed with you, your school and community in mind. As you roll over the elements of our online Poe and Grow garden, you will learn helpful facts and be guided to valuable resources. As the tree changes with the seasons, many components of the garden will also change to reflect what to expect in the garden during each season. Come explore!


Online CookWELL Kitchen

Cooking and kitchen skills can help develop healthy food choices, preferences, attitudes, and behaviors. As children grow, involving them in the kitchen can foster creativity and exposure to new foods while learning the basics of preparing meals and snacks. Learning new cooking skills can be beneficial at any stage of life. Learning basic kitchen skills and safety is a valuable skill and the first step to a lifetime of wonderful experiences in the kitchen. Come on in to our online exploration lab and enjoy your visit to the CookWELL Kitchen!


Prescription Medicine Safety Toolkit

Prescription drugs, over-the-counter medications, and household chemicals have their dangers, and must be properly used, secured and disposed of. This online exhibit provides important information to help create safe homes and communities for youth and adults.

Want to learn more? Click on the parts of our online interactive room to learn about how to keep your family safe.

Health History Mural

2016 marked the Poe Center’s 25th Anniversary. To commemorate this milestone, North Carolina artist Nicholas Bragg created a one-of-a-kind mural which captures Poe’s past, present, and future within the context of world history. Measuring 12×5 feet, the commemorative mural, entitled “A Celebration of the Alice Aycock Poe Center for Health Education,” consists of 63 symbols representing 5000 years of history. Located just inside the front doors of the Poe Center, the mural welcomes all visitors to the Poe Center. This online version of the mural allows you to explore the Poe Center’s history anytime, anywhere! Click on the numbered hotspots to learn more about each symbol and the artist’s interpretation.



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