Museum’s Annual Meeting Features “Visualizing History: Park County” program with Paul Shea

 

Steve Horan Photo

Paul Shea. Steve Horan Photo

Livingston, MT: The annual meeting of the Friends of the Yellowstone Gateway Museum is Wednesday, March 29, 6:30 PM, at the Livingston-Park County Public Library, 228 W. Calendar. Immediately following the brief meeting, at 7:00 PM, is a program by Paul Shea, the director of the museum. The presentation is free and open to the public.

Shea’s interpretive program, “Visualizing History: Park County,” is an unconventional look at history, helping to put area human history in perspective.

Shea began working as Director for the Yellowstone Gateway Museum in December 2009. Prior to moving to Livingston, he was the founding Executive Director and Curator of the Yellowstone Historic Center in West Yellowstone, Montana, serving from 1998-2008. Shea also spent several years giving tours in Yellowstone National Park while driving buses and snowcoaches for TW Services.

Members of the Friends non-profit organization and others interested in learning about the museum are urged to attend the annual meeting. People only interested in the program are welcome to slip in at 7:00 PM when there will be a break for refreshments.

Please call 406-222-4184, for more information.