Saturday, August 15, 2009

Celebrating History

For over two decades the Post Falls Historical Society has worked toward the goal of opening a permanent museum. On Saturday the ribbon was cut and the museum opened to the public. Located in the historic Chapin Drug Store building on the corner of Spokane Street and 4th Avenue, hundreds of items from the beginnings of Post Falls are on display. Pictured left to right are a few of the people who've shared their love of history with the community: Marion Eisenhauer Bunting, Bob and Mary Templin, Mary Schell, Kim Brown and former Post Falls mayor, Senator Jim Hammond. See the Historical Society link above for museum hours and information.

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