The people at the museum have done an amazing job at renovating the old buildings. The displays are interesting and well marked. They also open the museum to the public many times a year for various celebrations. The school children can come for a week and attend the old school house. Old timers from the community come to teach them arts, crafts , skills and old time dance as part of their week. The director is enthusiastic and extremely knowledgeable.
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