The German American Heritage Center is shutting down through April 16, extending their closure as per the recommendation of the governor.
The museum released the following statement today: The GAHC wants to do our part in “flattening the curve” to help stop the spread of Coronavirus. We will extend our closures to April 16, as recommended by Governor Reynolds.
But we want to let you know our staff is doing well, working from home and checking on our beautiful property daily. We hope you are all doing well too and we want to let you know about a few things we are working on. We can’t wait to be back to creating wonderful programming and enjoying your company at a Kaffeeklatsch.
For now, you can read more about the effects of Covid-19 on area museums here.
Or see some videos or our exhibits and collections here.
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