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Clearwater County History Center to end summer hours

The Clearwater County History Center will end its summer hours on Saturday, Oct. 8. Regular museum hours will be held Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. until Thursday. Dec. 22.

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The Clearwater County History Center is located at 264 First Street in Shevlin. (Pioneer file photo)
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SHEVLIN — The Clearwater County History Center will end its summer hours on Saturday, Oct. 8. Regular museum hours will be held Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. until Thursday. Dec. 22.

Saturday, Oct. 1, will be the last time several exhibits will be available. The Wedding Dress and the Photography Exhibit will close after. Saturday. The Leonard Centennial Exhibit and the Cooperative Exhibits will close on Oct. 8

Admission to the history center is free, donations are accepted and appreciated. For more information contact (218) 785-2000.

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