State of Ohio finllay allows the reopening of museums with COVID-19 guidelines for protection

By: Chuck Gibson 

LOVELAND, OH (June 18, 2020) – The Loveland Museum Center announced today plans for a Grand Re-Opening 4th of July weekend. 

Loveland Museum Center will reopen July 4-5 (FILE) 

The State of Ohio has set guidelines and freed museums for reopening. Plans are in place for Loveland Museum Center (LMC) to open the museum doors during the 4th of July weekend, Saturday & Sunday July 4-5. In compliance with all guidelines and personal protection safety requirements, the museum may limit the number of visitiors inside at a given time. Additionally, they remind all visitors to comply with the “no-touch” rule for museums. While not mandatory, LMC does recommend wearing a mask.

If you are ager to get out and do something, this may be your chance get away while remaining close to home. The museum will resume celebration of their 45th anniversary with the exhibit featuring early donations. Two exquisite vintage wedding gowns will be featured in the first parlor. 

The gift shop will be open.

With a hardy thank you to all who contributed to the WWII Honor Roll, LMC says John Hill Construction is leading the renovation crew efforts. They hope renovation will get underway this summer. Yes, the museum is still accepting donations to assist in the renovation of the WWII Honor Roll

LMC hopes to get a small musical group scheduled to play sometime in July. Of course the Horizons Band concert originally scheduled for July 15, has been postponed. Stay tuned for more informaton on that. 

Following the July 4th weekend reopening, LMC will be accepting reservations for use of the museum library or a tour of the museum during the week. It will be reservations  only. 

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