A ‘60s and ‘70s pop culture display is now ready for the public and will be in place through the holidays at the Cass County Historical Society Museum, 1004 E. Market St.
The annual open house, “A Victorian Christmas,” will be from 5 to 9 p.m. Monday, Dec. 19.
The museum is located inside the Jerolaman-Long home and will be decorated in Victorian style.
There will be refreshments, music and caroling, door prizes, gifts for the children and a cookie walk.
Admission is free, and donations are always welcome.
A DVD of the 2005 Mount Hope Cemetery Tour is now available for a $10 donation. The DVD includes interviews with Mike Nicoll, cemetery sexton; Richard Copeland, county historian; and Bryan Looker, curator, as well as presentations of prominent Cass County citizens and footage of Mount Hope Cemetery.
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