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Exploring the Rich History of Mt. Lebanon: A Night at the Museum

by Minden Press-Herald

The Dorcheat Historical Association Museum invites residents to delve into the captivating history of Mt. Lebanon with their first speaker event of 2024, “Night at the Museum” featuring Mary Claire Kettler. Scheduled for Monday, March 11th, at 6:00 pm, this informative session promises an engaging exploration of the historical significance of Mt. Lebanon.

Mary Claire Kettler, a knowledgeable historian, will lead attendees on a journey through the annals of time, uncovering the fascinating stories and events that have shaped the rich tapestry of Mt. Lebanon’s history. From its earliest settlers to pivotal moments in its development, participants will gain valuable insights into the heritage of this iconic locale.

Admission to the event is free, and donations in support of the museum’s endeavors are always welcome. Attendees can look forward to potluck snacks and desserts, adding a convivial atmosphere to the evening. Doors will open at 5:30 pm, but seating is limited, so early arrival is recommended to secure a spot.

For more information about the event, interested individuals can contact Jessica Gorman at 318-377-3002 or connect with the museum on Facebook. Those eager to further explore Webster Parish’s rich history are encouraged to visit the Dorcheat Historical Association Museum, located at 116 Pearl Street in Minden.

The museum, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, welcomes donations to support its ongoing efforts in preserving and sharing the cultural heritage of the region. Contributions can be mailed to the Dorcheat Historical Museum at P.O. Box 1094, Minden, LA 71058.

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