Progress continues on the third floor of the Mead Cultural Education Center. It won’t be long before our conference rooms will be ready for meetings. With so much changing throughout the building, where has the year gone? We have a lot of great things coming up. Tickets for Haunted History Tours go on sale Oct. 1. Also on Oct. 1, we will be hosting a special evening edition of Feed Your Mind. The program, which will begin at 5:30pm, will feature Ruth Page Jones talking about the women’s suffrage movement. This program is made possible by support of the South Dakota Humanities Council, an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. On Sunday, Oct. 6, we will be hosting our first Care of Collections at Home program. This first program will show you how to handle and care for historic documents. Check out website, www.meadbuilding.org, for details on what we have going on, or you can stop out at the Mead Cultural Education Center at 82 Mickelson Drive. Our summer hours, through the end of September, are Monday-Saturday 10am-6pm (closed Wednesdays) and Sunday 1pm-5pm. Office hours are Monday-Friday 8am-5pm.