We have some work to do and projects to complete, but we will not be open to the public. Thanks for your patience and we will try to keep everyone informed regarding hours people may visit.
Kelly and Jim Jones have elected to reschedule their planned program on the 21st. We may be showing a video of "Legacy in Stone" instead.
The FFA conference in Twin Falls has been cancelled so they will not be coming out to clean up around the museum this year.
At this time we do not have plans to close the museum. We will try to keep the public up to date with information on hours and events.
Ron James will be here as scheduled on Saturday the 14th with a power point presentation on the Chinese people in early Twin Falls County.
We do not have any current plans to close due to the covid 19 outbreak. Red Green says, "we're all in this together," so please don't come if you're already sick. I went to purchase supplies for the museum Sunday and found locals are more than "stocking up" on items and had entirely depleted Walmart's supply of toilet paper. It would have been humorous if I hadn't been so low on stock. Admission is usually free, but maybe bring your own roll.
Saturday, March 14th Ron James will be with us to discuss the opportunities or lack thereof for Chinese immigrants in this area. Program begins at 1 o'clock and will last about an hour. Admission is free and there is additional parking in the back of the metal building.