Tom Heine in the redone Museum
A redone display area was officially opened at the Flin Flon Station Museum Sunday afternoon. The Vice-President of the Museum Board Tom Heine says they want the museum to be a reflection of the community’s history with the important events that have happened here from about 1928 to roughly the 1960s or 70s. He says he wants the museum to become a resource for our community. He adds it’s nice to have visitors come in and see some of the artifacts of Flin Flon but he thinks it’s an important resource for people to gain an appreciation of what we’ve accomplished here in an isolated community.
Heine urges local residents, especially seniors to visit the Museum and provide information on any of the artifacts they recognize in the displays. The Museum continues to be open Monday to Friday from 10 to 6 until Labor Day.