The Ellis County Museum invites the public to a viewing of its new installation, “The Masonic Temple: A Lasting Presence,” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 15, at 201 S. College St.
The exhibit takes a detailed look at the site, structure and occupants, with newly discovered information of this historic southeast corner of the courthouse square. Ellen Beasley and Shannon Simpson, the co-curators of the exhibit, will be present.
Museum-goers also can check out the new audio additions to the Home Front and Paul Richards exhibits. Local residents recall aspects of life “at home” during World War II and Richards talks about his baseball career.
Refreshments will be served.