Jasper-Dubois County Public Library and the Dubois County Museum partner to provide more access to museum

The Jasper-Dubois County Public Library and the Dubois County Museum have created a program in which all four libraries (Jasper, Ferdinand, Dubois, and Birdseye) will be circulating museum passes that allow up to four people free access into the museum.

The purpose of this program is to increase museum awareness and attendance as well as to start a partnership between the museum and the library.

The Dubois County Museum is the largest county museum in the State of Indiana with more than 38,000 items and an annual visitation that exceeds 12,000 visitors per year. It holds over 50,000 square feet of exhibits, fourteen community murals providing a picture of each community’s early history, a 17-room Main Street reminiscent of the 1890s, a log cabin built in 1850, and a wild game safari display

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