The popular Living History Day series continues at the Ely Stage Stop & Country Museum on Saturday, February 27. On the fourth Saturday of each month local historians come to the main house to visit with guests and answer questions regarding different aspects of Lake County history. As these visits are recorded, the stories of Lake County’s history are being preserved for future generations.
John Parker, Ph.D., local Archaeological Researcher, will be available to museum visitors Saturday from noon till 2 p.m. Dr. Parker’s focus will be on Lake County’s Geology, Prehistory and History. He will also be demonstrating obsidian chipping during his talk. Join the Ely docents and volunteers for this free, family-friendly event.
The Ely Stage Stop & Country Museum welcomes more docents to greet visitors and share information on our history, our current displays, and our planned events. Volunteers for maintenance and construction projects are also needed. Come join the fun and become a volunteer at Ely. Applications will be available during the day.
The Lake County Historical Society’s Ely Stage Stop & Country Museum is located at 9921 State Hwy 281 (Soda Bay Road) in Kelseyville, near Clear Lake Riviera, just north of Hwy 29 – Kit’s Corner. Current hours of operation are 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. each Saturday and Sunday. Private tours can be arranged by appointment.
Visit www.elystagestop.org or www.lakecountyhistory.org on facebook at www.facebook.com/eleystagestop, or call the museum at 707-533-9990.
John Parker, Ph.D., Archaeological Researcher, to present on February 27 for the Ely Stage Stop & Country Museum Living History Day. Contributed photo.