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Museum Opens for the Season

Garren Huckaby and Kristle Jensen will be hosts at the museum this summer.

The Oneida County Pioneer Museum officially opened its doors Memorial Day weekend, and will remain open during normal hours over the summer.  Normal Hours for the museum are Tuesday through Saturday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. through Labor Day.

The Museum opened with its traditional Bake Sale, bringing in over seven hundred dollars to support the operation of the facility, which sees as its mission the stewardship and curation of the physical history of the Malad Valley and Oneida County.  Over the course of the summer, the staff will be working on clearing the mezzanine to allow for more displays, and making the attic storage space usable for materials from the collection.

The museum recently had a number of its crayon portraits repaired and serviced by visiting scholar DiAnne Iverglynne, which will be featured in an upcoming article. 

During the weekend, the seventh ward Boys activity group visited the museum with leaders Natalie and Eric Reiss.  During the summer, many groups, both local and unexpected, make their way through the interesting collection of historical clothes, papers, objects, equipment, pictures, and artifacts.

Joining the library staff for the summer are Kristle Jensen and Garren Huckaby, who will be hosting the library and leading tours.  

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