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Building Campaign 2011

Please help us with our Building Campaign 2011! The need for storage space has become desperate—even some museum spaces are crammed with chairs, tables, and other supplies. Storage in the upstairs of the “Kitchen” building is dangerous—the steps are quite steep and very narrow. Because the courtyard is heavily used at events, the grassy areas are dirt most of the year and have recently been pavedwith new bricks.

Purchase a paver and help raise the roof of a new storage building and pave the courtyard. Until March 31, the price per brick is $50. On April 1, the cost will go to $60. You may have your paver engraved to commemorate an event or honor or remember a person. Click here to download a form: Pavers.Form_.2011_.01_.04w_logo_.doc

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What visitors say

Thank you for touring us around the Joel Lane House. Our architecture and the way we live has come a long way throughout the years. You really gave us great information on what life was like back when Joel Lane was alive. They lived in very harsh conditions with no heat or air condition which would be very tough today. I appreciate all your help and time put in to tour us around the house.