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The Pioneer Museum,brsponsored by the Springville-Mapleton Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Company,bris located at 175 South, Main Street in the old Carnegie Library Building.

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It is open Marchbrthrough November on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. Admissionbris free. You can call 801-491-2076 for private appointments during off hours.

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If you are interestedbrin learning about the heritage of the area or in doing personal Springvillebrfamily research – this is the place.

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There are artifacts,brhistories, photographs and documents of the area. All ages will enjoy thebrhands-on activities and games. Cub scouts, children’s groups and families arebralways welcome to visit the museum and glimpse the past.

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On Sept. 26, thebrSpringville Sage Creek Elementary 4th grade classes visited the museum inbrconnection with their study of Utah History. The children played pioneer bingo,brmade a whirligig toy and learned about many artifacts from the pioneer earlybrUtah era.

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For information aboutbrjoining the DUP organization go to www.isdup,org.

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We are Daughters of the Future – Keepers of the Past, so ourbrchildren may know. (Submitted to Serve Daily by JudybrElsner.)

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