The Mathews Historical Museum will hold a July 4 indoor “yard sale” and outdoor hot dog and chili sale Saturday with proceeds to support museum operations, future programs, and its mission of preserving and presenting county history.
Located at 200 Main Street, the museum is being organized for future opening in the 1936 building that has previously housed an auto dealership, bowling alley, electronics and appliance store, fabric store and variety store.
The museum will be open from 9:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. for sale of new and donated items, a news release said. The $3 meal of grilled hot dogs and chili with a drink is planned on the sidewalk from 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Masking and social distancing are requested from customers, the release said.
Also in support of the museum, raffle tickets for three baskets will be available at Mathews Farmers’ Market. Offerings include an East River boat ride on a dead rise with overnight stay at a Bethel Beach B & B, or a basket full o...
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