Sherman County Historical Society and Museum
Open Daily 10 until 5 May through October
|Contact: Sherry Kaseberg
News release. March 15, 2002
The Columbia Plateau Museums Association offers museum personnel a spring workshop on serious issues at the Sherman County Historical Museum in Moro on April 22nd. Registration begins at 9:30, introductions at 10:00 and the program at 10:30.
Betty Long, Collections Manager for Maryhill Museum of Art will present Policies for Long Term Loans, Policies for Collections and Theft Policies. After lunch, Colleen Schafroth, Executive Director of Maryhill Museum of Art will talk about putting together a traveling trunk, obtaining funding for outreach and working in collaboration with partners. Sherman County Museum Coordinator, Sherry Kaseberg, will discuss exhibit production challenges and, with the Exhibit Team, provide a tour of an exhibit in production, Cultivation, Conservation and Clothespins!
Participants are reminded to bring a supply of their museum's brochures and materials for distribution to other organizations in the Plateau region. Those attending will need to notify the Sherman County Historical Museum at P.O. Box 173, Moro, OR 97039, Dorothy Benson at firstname.lastname@example.org or Kaseberg at email@example.com with their choice of box lunch sandwich (ham, turkey or vegetarian) for $6, payable on the 22nd, by April 17th.
The Sherman County Historical Museum opens for the summer season on May 1. Hours are 10 to 5 daily through October. For more information see www.shermanmuseum.org or call 541-565-3232.