Clarke Museum Reopening
Press release from the CLarke Museum:
The Clarke Historical Museum is excited to announce the official reopening to the public will take place on July 8, 2020. In preparation for re-opening, the Museum has introduced new cleaning protocols and safety measures that follow County and State requirements and has been approved by the County to reopen.
Says Interim Director-Curator Katie Buesch: “We’d like to thank everyone who has stayed in touch with us over the past three and a half months through email, social media, and mail. It’s been fun being a digital museum, and some of the online programs we’ve initiated will likely continue into our next phase – but we’re ready to start greeting visitors in person! Special thanks go out to our new and current members for continuing to support us while we were closed.”
In accordance with County and State requirements, visitors must wear a mask that covers both nose and mouth while in the museum. Anyone without a mask must remain outside, where informational materials about the museum’s current exhibits will be available. Hand sanitizer is available at the building entrance, along with information on our cleaning protocols and distancing requirements.
The museum will be open 9 am-4 pm Sunday-Wednesday but may be subject to change, so check the website or call the museum at (707) 443-1947for the latest information before coming by.
We look forward to seeing you at the Clarke soon!
The Clarke Historical Museum is at 240 E Street, Eureka and on the web at http://www.clarkemuseum.org/.