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The Fayette County Historical Museum will be open this Saturday, June 12, from 9:30 until at least 4 p.m., to conduct tours of the facility in recognition of the county’s bicentennial.
At 1 p.m., local historian Linda Hanabarger will be speaking on the history of the county.
Also scheduled, but times not set as of press time is a skit on the history of St. Elmo, planned for after Hanabarger, and the presentation of a proclamation recognizing the bicentennial by the state House of Representatives, to be presented by Rep. Blaine Wilhour, and John Standley to speak on the history of Sefton.
Ramsey, St. Elmo and Farina groups have set up displays at the museum for visitors to view.
Also this weekend will be the farmers market from 8-11, as well as the District Lions Club National Road cruise, which will end up at Vandalia later in the day. It starts in Marshall at about 9 a.m., and will arrive in Vandalia around 4 p.m.