The Moody County Museum will host a program that looks at the historical significance of several buildings in the community.
The program, which begins at 7 p.m. ON TUESDAY, MARCH 26 at the museum, will include information about when the buildings were built, who built them, why they were built and any interesting stories about each.
The event is open to the public at the Museum located on the eastern most edge of Pipestone Avenue in Flandreau.
On Friday, the book “Flandreau: Images of the Past, Volume 2” will be available for sale for $22. The book, edited by Dale A. Johnson, is the second within the past several months that show pictures of Flandreau buildings, along with information about each.
The most recent book has more than 200 pictures in its 128 pages.
Both Volume 1 and Volume 2 are available at the Museum, Personal Touch, Dakota Stop and the Trading Post.