MOORHEAD — After being closed for three months because of the coronavirus outbreak, the Historical and Cultural Society of Clay County has reopened with new hours and safety guidelines.
The Moorhead museum, located in the Hjemkomst Center, is open from noon to 5 p.m., daily. Visitors are required to wear masks and maintain social distancing of 6 feet.
Groups are limited to six people. Galleries and attractions at the HCSCC also are limited to how many people can visit at any time, ranging from six in the Hopperstad Church tours or Heritage Gift Shop, to 15 in the Hjemkomst Ship Gallery or Heritage Hall.
The HCSCC is currently exhibiting “War, Flu, & Fear: World War I and Clay County” and the Red River Watercolor Society’s “National Juried Watermedia Exhibition.” On July 1, the museum will open “Boys in Blue: The Grand Army of the Republic” and “Quilt National ’19.”
For more information call 218-299-5511, ext. 6733, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.