Project Foreman Chad Nelson gave the Mead Cultural Education Center an upgrade this week when he installed the Cat-6 connections in the offices. These are for the internet and phone services. It is hard to believe that in less than two months we will be open to the public. As of this week, daily operations have moved to the Mead, but volunteers and collections work is still being handled at the old location. If you have any questions, please contact us at 82 Mickelson Drive or call us at 605-665-3898. There are still a few tickets available for the Haunted History Tours – be sure to get yours before they are all booked. Now is a great time to get your membership to the Yankton County Historical Society. We have options for students, individuals, couples, families, and businesses. There are wonderful benefits to joining, including free admission to the museum for an entire year! There is something for everyone. Dec. 10-14 we will be offering a members-only look at the Childrens Transportation Museum and the new exhibits, as well as a look at what is still to come. On Saturday, Dec. 15, we will have our Grand Re-Opening Celebration with a ribbon cutting in the morning, then our Vintage Christmas event in the afternoon. Check us out at www.dakotaterritorialmuseum.org, wwww.meadbuilding.org, on Facebook/Dakota Territorial Museum, or call 605-665-3898.