Sporting a scally cap, Jackson Mann, of Tacoma, Wash., is looking dapper sitting in the 1916 Model T Ford at the Wabasha County Historical Society, Reads Landing School Museum. Jackson is one of many children who have visited the museum this season. Along with touring the museum, he also took part in the Coloring Contest. The Coloring Contest is divided into four age groups and is ongoing until Oct. 3, 2021. The winner of each age group will receive a family membership to Wabasha County Historical Society.
There is still time to receive a Commemorative Coin marking 150 Years of the Reads Landing School Building by visiting the Reads Landing School Museum. It is the oldest existing brick schoolhouse in Minnesota.
The Trivia Challenge will continue through Oct.3, 2021. Depending upon the amount questions are correct, the participant could receive a family or individual membership to the Wabasha County Historical Society.
Hours at the Reads Landing School Museum are Saturdays and Sundays 1-4 p.m.
Remember to visit www.wabashacountyhistory.org and like Wabasha County Historical Society on Facebook.