Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Museum Programs Start September 3

LABELLE, FL. -- LaBelle Heritage Museum resumes its monthly programs on Thursday, September 3, with Keitha Daniels' presentation on the Downtown LaBelle Historic District and the pioneers who endured periodic floods and hurricanes as well as disastrous fires and the ups and downs of the economy to make LaBelle what it is and how it is hoped a revitalized historic downtown LaBelle will help us to remember our past and preserve our heritage for future generations.

The first Thursday of the month programs will now be held in the historic district at LaBelle Heritage Museum, 360 North Bridge Street, at 7 o'clock in the evening. The meetings are open to all, and LaBelle Heritage Museum welcomes guests to join the membership in learning more about our community and its rich heritage.

Parking at the museum is limited; however, Rene Curtis Pratt of the Harold P. Curtis Honey Co. has made the honey house parking lot at 335 North Bridge Street, immediately across from the museum, available to attendees at LaBelle Heritage Museum's evening programs from September through May.

(Photo: Bridge Street from Park Avenue South circa 1925)

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