Woodward Museum takes ‘time out’ before busy season starts
The Guy B. Woodward Museum will be closed in September for its annual “facelift” when regular maintenance chores will be performed. Various displays, both in the Verlaque House and its companion buildings, will be cleaned and refreshed.
October will be a busy month for the museum and the Ramona Pioneer Historical Society. The third annual Antique and Collectible Doll Show will be held on two weekends, Oct. 6-9 and Oct. 13-16. Judy Nachazel, historical society president, invites all interested Ramonans to display their dolls. Call 760-789-7131 for details.
Mischa Dobrotin, historical society vice president, is planning the first potluck of the 2011-12 season set for Tuesday, Oct. 18.
The fund for the new Verlaque House roof continues to grow. Donations are welcome. Call the museum at 760-789-7644 for details. Plans call for the new roof to be installed this fall.
Historical society officers for 2011-12 are: Judy Nachazel, president; Mischa Dobrotin, vice president; Doug Stubbs, secretary; Charlotte Hunsberger, treasurer; Bert Byrne, publicity; Arline Bartick, historian; Myra Arrendale, hospitality/newsletter; Ann Mundt, curator; and Ken Woodward, museum director. Alice Funk is office manager. The museum is at 645 Main St.
- Museum reopens for 2008-09
- CINCH meeting ends with museum tour
- Musuem closes for month, plans 2009-10 season
- Museum showcases antique, collectible dolls in ‘Hello, Dolly’ show
- Victorian High Tea in Verlaque parlor
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