The Sapulpa Historical Society Museum, at 100 E. Lee, has announced it will be extending its closing at least until February 4th, according to an official statement on the museum’s website.
Staff at the museum said they had been closed due to COVID-19 out of a desire to protect the staff, volunteers, and visitors, many of which fall into the most vulnerable age range of those susceptible to contracting the Coronavirus. Events in December were canceled and the museum says they’re hoping to reschedule for the Spring of 2021, but are not sure exactly when.
See a portion of their statement below:
As of January 13, 2021, the Sapulpa Historical Museum will be closed to the public until Thursday, February 4th, 2021. We will return February 4th, 10 AM – 3 PM, and continue to have business hours Thursdays – Saturdays 10 AM – 3 PM, starting February 4th.
We have been closed due to COVID-19, and we want everyone in staff, volunteers, and visitors safe. We wish to apologize for the long delay for our responses for Research Requests, donation inquiries, Mini-Storage business, and any other inconvenience due to being closed. We had to put a few projects on hold, such as the Then-and-Now blogs, Instagram, and Facebook posts. We apologize for the small break we had to take, but we will be continue working for you.
Read the full statement on their website at sapulpahistory.org