Glass Museum launches VIP and self-guided excursions
LANCASTER – The Ohio Glass Museum in Lancaster is now presenting private VIP excursions and self-guided excursions by the conclusion of February.
According to a media release, VIP tour appointments are readily available Tuesday via Saturday among noon and 4 p.m.
Self-guided excursions are also out there with kiosks programmed with data about the displays and the museum’s record.
“We know how significant it is for men and women to get out of the residence and take pleasure in entertaining, protected routines all through this time,” claimed Mike Shook, Museum Board President. “That is why we have uncovered a way to open our museum doors to individuals and little teams when thoroughly adhering to security protocols. Regardless of whether folks have skilled the museum prior to, or it is their 1st time checking out the exhibits, we imagine everybody will leave with a new appreciation of the historical past and art these items carry to this local community.”
All those fascinated in a VIP tour of the museum can call 740-687-0101 to ebook an appointment.
Transportation Improvement District conference Jan. 28
The Fairfield County Transportation Improvement District will go over numerous approaching street jobs during their board assembly Thursday, Jan. 28.
According to the board’s agenda, tasks up for dialogue involve but are not minimal to: The U.S. 33/Pickerington Road interchange Rock Mill Company Park and the Ety Highway and Election Home Highway improvements.
The conference will get started at 9 a.m. and will choose spot nearly. All those who would like to post a public remark for the assembly can get hold of Cheryl Downour by mobile phone at 740-652-2300 or by email at [email protected]
Carroll Committees electing chairpersons Feb. 2
CARROLL – Various Village of Carroll committees will elect chairpersons in future meetings on Tuesday, Feb. 2.
The conference timetable will be as follows:
- Carroll Assistance Committee – 5:30 p.m.
- Carroll Regulations Committee – 5:45 p.m.
- Carroll Protection Committee – 6 p.m.
- Carroll Economic Committee – 6:15 p.m.
As of Jan. 25, each and every committee will only be electing a chairperson and discussing any small business brought in advance of them, except the Services Committee. The Services Committee will also focus on changing the carpet in the municipal building.
Each and every assembly will take put at the Carroll municipal constructing at 68 Center St. These conferences are open up to the general public to attend.
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