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What's happening at the Museum
July 13, 2012 - Terri Kelly Barta
The Prairie Village Museum in Rugby is a happening place this summer. "The Governor's New-Revue" just finished a play on the new Back Alley stage on the museum grounds. The actors were students of the Governor's School of performing arts program at NDSU.
On Thursday, July 19, the museum grounds will be a place to play marbles. The museum is sponsoring a marbles tournament and teaching event for kids of all ages. A special old-timers division and several children's divisions are on the program for the evening from 5:30 -8 p.m. Hot dogs and pop for a free-will donation will be served at 5:30 p.m. All participants receive a bag of marbles.
In August, the second annual museum day camp for kids will be set up. The dates are August 7-10 and Aug. 12 for two sessions each day. Campers ages 7-13 will learn pioneer skills, crafts, stories games, songs, cooking and more. Adult volunteers are still needed. Call the museum if you can help. Registration for Pioneer Survival Camp begins July 19 with 20 kids per session.
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