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High-tech history

6:27 AM, Sep. 20, 2013  |  Comments
Jon Fletcher of the Sister Bay Historical Society demonstrates new electronic pens that allow visitors to the Corner of the Past Museum, Wisconsin 57 and Country Lane, Sister Bay, to learn historical facts about its buildings including the original 1875 Anderson family farmhouse. Some of the exhibits also feature narration of people involved in historical experiences. Cost is $5 for use of the pens for the self-guided tours. The museum is open weekends through Oct. 5.
Jon Fletcher of the Sister Bay Historical Society demonstrates new electronic pens that allow visitors to the Corner of the Past Museum, Wisconsin 57 and Country Lane, Sister Bay, to learn historical facts about its buildings including the original 1875 Anderson family farmhouse. Some of the exhibits also feature narration of people involved in historical experiences. Cost is $5 for use of the pens for the self-guided tours. The museum is open weekends through Oct. 5.
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