Proctor Historical Society Re-Opens

Whistle Stop Museum Holds "Soft" Opening

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History is making a comeback in Proctor.

Wednesday the Proctor Area Historical Society will have a “soft” opening to unveil its new Whistle Stop Museum.

It’s been a work in progress for the past 3-years with a complete renovation of the building.

The society hopes to have new exhibits every 3-months you can learn about the city, trains and schools.

“So we will have exhibits that entice people to come in and see how our history connects with their history,” said President of Proctor Area’s Historical Society Jan Resberg.

You can tour the facility this summer every Wednesday – Saturday from 10a.m. to 4-.m.

The museum’s grand opening will be August 14th

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