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Glass Museum giving VIP, self-guided tours

Glass Museum launches VIP and self-guided tours

LANCASTER – The Ohio Glass Museum in Lancaster is now supplying non-public VIP excursions and self-guided excursions through the stop of February. 

According to a media release, VIP tour appointments are available Tuesday via Saturday amongst noon and 4 p.m.

Self-guided tours are also out there with kiosks programmed with details about the exhibits and the museum’s historical past. 

“We know how significant it is for folks to get out of the household and love enjoyment, harmless functions all through this time,” said Mike Shook, Museum Board President. “That is why we have observed a way to open up our museum doors to men and women and small groups when thoroughly adhering to basic safety protocols. Regardless of whether persons have expert the museum right before, or it is their initial time checking out the exhibits, we feel every person will go away with a new appreciation of the record and art these items convey to this neighborhood.”

These interested in a VIP tour of the museum can call 740-687-0101 to e book an appointment. 

Transportation Enhancement District meeting Jan. 28

The Fairfield County Transportation Advancement District will examine numerous approaching road assignments throughout their board meeting Thursday, Jan. 28. 

According to the board’s agenda, projects up for discussion involve but are not constrained to: The U.S. 33/Pickerington Street interchange Rock Mill Company Park and the Ety Road and Election Residence Road enhancements. 

The assembly will get started at 9 a.m. and will acquire position pretty much. People who would like to post a community comment for the meeting can get in touch with Cheryl Downour by cell phone at 740-652-2300 or by e mail at [email protected].

Carroll Committees electing chairpersons Feb. 2

CARROLL – Numerous Village of Carroll committees will elect chairpersons in approaching conferences on Tuesday, Feb. 2.

The meeting plan will be as follows: 

  • Carroll Provider Committee – 5:30 p.m.
  • Carroll Guidelines Committee – 5:45 p.m.
  • Carroll Basic safety Committee – 6 p.m.
  • Carroll Money Committee – 6:15 p.m.

As of Jan. 25, each and every committee will only be electing a chairperson and talking about any small business brought right before them, except the Services Committee. The Support Committee will also explore changing the carpet in the municipal making. 

Each meeting will acquire location at the Carroll municipal making at 68 Middle St. These meetings are open to the general public to attend. 

This report originally appeared on Lancaster Eagle-Gazette: News briefs: Glass Museum providing VIP, self-guided excursions

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