Although the exterior of the portable cabin remains an example of this type of Park housing, the interior has been renovated to supply much needed storage on one side and exhibit space on the other. Board members gave the exhibit space a fresh coat of paint this spring. The curator has been working on the interior displays and they are now ready to open.
Please drop in to the portable to learn about the importance of relief workers during the Depression in the building of our Park. Test out your detective skills to identify some interesting old artifacts in the What is it? display case. And learn some of the expressions and words that are characteristic of local residents and visitors. You can even add a Waskesiu word to the local lexicon. Using the magnetic word strips, you can compose your own sentences about Waskesiu on our memory board. Still available for viewing is the display of the uniform of a PANP warden, Jean Fau.
Come on in and tell us what you think of our new look!