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January 1, 2013

Ruthmere Mansion, Havilah Beardsley House closed for season

ELKHART — Ruthmere Mansion and Havilah Beardsley House are both closed for the season. Guided tours of Ruthmere will resume on April 2.

While Ruthmere Museums Campus is closed to the public for tours, staff will remain busy in the winter months.  Restoration continues at the Havilah Beardsley House, new tour programs are being developed for Ruthmere Mansion, Creek House Center is receiving an interior makeover, and volunteer training will take place for the 2013 season.  

During the closed period, the public is invited to keep up-to-date on news and events by following Ruthmere’s Facebook page. For more information on Ruthmere Museums Campus, call 574-264-0330 or visit the website www.Ruthmere.org.  


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