Just a quick nice post . . .
Here's the money line from the best write-up on the historic occasion . . .
Although crews were still hard at work Saturday installing panels, artwork and display cases, the spirit of the museum has been renewed. The new Kansas City Museum is home of the whole story.
The museum will open to the public on Thursday, October 21 with a ribbon cutting at 9 a.m., but reactions from residents of the surrounding neighborhoods are already overwhelmingly positive.
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Abby Hoover Managing Editor The Kansas City Museum at historic Corinthian Hall is nearing completion after a $22 million restoration and renovation project. Northeast residents have long been advocates for saving the museum, which had fallen into disrepair. On Saturday, October 16, residents of Historic Northeast had the opportunity to see a sneak peek of the renovation and the first exhibits.
Just posted, even more pix and celebration from this morning . . .
Ribbon cutting ceremony was held this morning 10/21/21 to commenorate the reopening of the Kansas City Museum. You can reserve tickets online for entry. No charge. http://kansascitymuseum.org
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