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Iroquois Museum Opens April 1st

Written By Editor on 3/30/21 | 3/30/21

After more than a year of closure, we are excited to reopen this week on Thursday, April 1, with limited hours and public health precautions in place.

Over the past year, the Museum has been busy creating virtual programming like the summer artist demos series, themed tours on our website, and virtual field trips with participants from all over North America (we’ve booked several school groups from Alberta, Canada).

We are looking forward to being a destination for visitors and area residents again this year while creating a safe space for all. Visitors will need to ring the bell to gain entrance and wear a mask and practice social distancing while inside the building. We are planning to offer individual activity packets for children while the interactive exhibits in the Children’s Museum are temporarily closed.

With our beautiful surroundings starting to turn green and blossom, we are welcoming people to take advantage of our 45-acre Nature Park. Visitors can learn about native plants from a Haudenosaunee perspective through labels near the entrance of the Park by the log houses that were transported to Howes Cave from Six Nations.

The Museum has planned a full schedule of mainly outdoor events each weekend in July and August, with additional programming in the fall. Look more more info in an upcoming email and on our Facebook.

We can’t wait to have friends old and new at our home in Howes Cave again! We--especially Chief Feline Officer Little Boy-- hope to see you soon.

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