MOORHEAD — The Historical and Cultural Society of Clay County will reopen the museum at the Hjemkomst Center on Monday, Feb. 1, with updated hours and visitor guidelines.
Galleries, archives and the gift shop will be open from noon to 5 p.m. every day.
Visitors are required to wear masks, maintain appropriate social distance and accommodate new museum and gallery capacities.
HCSCC will resume guided tours of the Moorhead Stave Church on April 1, but no other HCSCC events have been announced.
The museum’s current exhibitions include “The Grand Army of the Republic in Clay County,” a profile of local Civil War veterans; “Red River Girl: From Telemark to the Buffalo,” a bilingual history of the Thortvedt family’s immigration that was collaboratively produced with West-Telemark Museum in Norway; and “Roots of the Red River: Through the Lens of Russel Lee,” a photographic history of Polk County’s 1937 sugar beet harvest.
The museum has been closed since Nov. 20 in accordance with a Minnesota emergency executive order due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
For more information, call 218-299-5511.