* 20 Years!! This July 18-19, the Cynthiana-Harrison County Museum will celebrate 20 years of preserving and sharing the history of our city and county.
* It is remarkable that on July 22, 1994, a few interested citizens (some of whom continue to diligently work at it) opened this special community’s history and art museum.
* The museum’s multitude of unique sights and displays exemplify unique minds and showcase military, education, medicine, industry, agriculture, Native Americans, religion, nature, music, transportation, homemaking, toys, sports, clothing, art (models and pictures), etc. Truly, there is something for everyone.
* Special thanks to the city, the county, the media, numerous organizations and citizens for enabling a group of dedicated volunteers to progress ever onward to maintain the museum and preserve and share our history.
* Since you are reading this edition of Museum Musings, hopefully you are a longterm supporter of the museum or perhaps you have read Musings for 20 years or maybe you appreciate history or maybe you are a newcomer. Regardless of your situation, please visit the museum. There is much to see, to learn, to enjoy.
* The Cynthiana-Harrison County Museum is located in the old Rohs Theatre Building on South Walnut Street. Volunteers open the museum for you and yours on Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Handicapped accessible. There is no charge for admission. Welcome young and old.