|Historical museum gearing up for 2014|
Although outward appearances could suggest the Three Lakes Historical Museum has been nothing but idle over the past winter, the interior of the Johnson House has been undergoing a major facelift.
The building is being reset to portray what a typical residence would have looked like during the World War I period.
New window treatments, artifacts and layout will greet visitors to the house this spring when the museum reopens for the season May 24.In addition to the changes in the Johnson House,
|Tuesday, April 01, 2014 12:30 PM|