Branson Centennial Museum will host a special virtual tour | Entertainment

The Branson Centennial Museum invites people to join them on Tuesday, February 15 for a special virtual tour of the museum.

Hosted by Joshua Heston and Curtis Copeland, the special online presentation will be hosted from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Facebook Live.

“Residents of the area make a startling discovery – the Branson Centennial Museum comes to life on a virtual tour led by entertaining and knowledgeable Ozark historians,” said an announcement for the event. “Don’t miss this one of a lifetime for a guided tour of a wonderful museum.”

Heston is author, founder, and editor of State of the Ozarks, an online magazine, which has served as a premier resource for all things Ozarks since 2007. Copeland is a digital cartographer and information systems manager geographic for the city of Branson. He is also an author and current president of the Society of Ozarkian Hillcrofters.

“No matter the weather, you can enjoy BCM’s February Tuesday lecture from the safety of your home or office,” said Branson Centennial Museum Special Events Committee volunteer Ann McDowell, in the announcement of the event. “Join us for a fun, fascinating and virtual guided tour of the Branson Centennial Museum via the wonders of Facebook Live.”

For more information, call 417-239-1912 or to sign up for the virtual tour, visit the “Branson Centennial Museum” page on Facebook.

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