A few years ago, the Wabasha County Historical Society Reads Landing School Museum went through an appearance improvement with the exterior restoration funded by a grant from the Minnesota Historical Society. Now, again, it is sporting a new look. Through the generous contribution from Rodney Florin, initial design assistance by Dr. Scott Durand and professional installation provided by John Bouquet, there are new outside signs. Announcing the museum is an eloquent sign in the front flower bed. The agriculture heritage sign shows off the building that contains memorabilia from the agricultural past of Wabasha County. The Wabasha County Historical Society is grateful for donors and volunteers who carry out the mission to collect, protect, preserve, and interpret materials relating to the natural and cultural history of Wabasha County and its people. The museum is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 1-4 p.m. The last day of the season is on October 15, 2017. Please visit www.wabashacountyhistory.org and “like” the Wabasha County Historical Society on Facebook.