Gatchell Museum's Living History Day Saturday In Buffalo

Jennifer Romanoski, Educator at the Jim Gatchell Museum
Jennifer Romanoski, Educator at the Jim Gatchell Museum

This Saturday is the annual Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum's Living History Day and there is plenty to do and see both inside and outside the museum.

Jennifer Romanoski, Museum Educator with the Jim Gatchell Museum, tells us what the Living History Day is all about.

Outside there will be activities including the tomahawk throw, the Basque Dancers, Jeans and Queens Square Dancers, mule rides, and the Bighorn Basque Club selling traditional lukainka.

Living Historians of the Wyoming Frontier will also be in attendance with portrayals of a frontier blacksmith, a laundress, a Civil War doctor, a card dealer, a basket and toy maker and 19th century soldiers, either infantry or cavalry, among other historians.

Romanoski tells us about the museum's new exhibits.

Living History Day is free and open to the public, and admission to thw museum is also free for the day. The event kicks off at 9am and continues until 2pm at the Jim Gatchell Museum at the corner of Fort and Main Streets in Buffalo.

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