The weekend starts with Railroad Town's usual daily activities on Friday before leading into a series of special events. The performance tells the story of the longest lasting, most successful African American settlement at the sandhills of Cherry County.
On Sunday from the Stuhr construction museum visitors will have the ability to experience a new exhibit called"New in Town" that tells the stories of people arriving to Hall County in the late 1800′s and early 1900′s.
On Monday visitors will have an opportunity to enjoy among Stuhr's most famous events when they go outside for Memorial Day. The event didn't take place last year, leading to a heightened level of enthusiasm this year.
"This will probably be nice to get that parade to the rural Peninsula, it will be really nice to have the ceremonies and it will be really wonderful to perform Memorial Day again," Bockoven said. "We simply can't wait for people to return."
You may find out more about everything happening on the Stuhr Museum website.