At the Textile Museum, the outstanding exhibit about Cambodian life before and after the genocide that started 35 years ago is on view through July 25. If you haven’t seen “More Than a Number,” a Light of Cambodian Children Project, make time to visit the Museum on Dutton Street. One of the last public programs related to the exhibit, “Transit Market,” is set for June 20, 3 to 6.30 p.m., in the Enterprise Bank parking lot off Middle Street. The Transit Market brings the diverse and traditional Khmer shopping experience to downtown Lowell, with silk scarves, Khmer arts, jewelry, and Khmer cuisine cooking demonstrations. Entrance to the Market is free. Visit www.reaksmey.org for more details.