Our current exhibit is “So…What’s In the Boxcar?”
Think of the Boxcar as Sebastopol’s Attic!
It is, in fact, the museum archives and we are bringing a variety of items that people have donated to us out of the Boxcar to display inside the museum. The goal is to make this a “living exhibit” by rotating different pieces from our collection in and out of the museum. Different visits to the museum over the months ahead will explore an amazing variety of items, and tell a story about the people who have lived in West County. Here’s a peek inside!
Book-signing at the West County Museum
on January 27th, noon to 2:00 pm at
261 S Main St. Free admission!
Mary Dodgion will be signing copies of her book called, “Driving Through History” about all things automotive from the early 1900s to present day.
Book available at the West County Museum now or purchase at the event! $23.00. Stop by on Wednesday mornings, 10-noon or weekends 11-2 to get your copy.
261 South Main Street, next door to the Sebastopol Chamber of Commerce and across from the Post Office.
Open 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.