Cambrian: Opinion

June 6, 2014 12:28 PM

Historical society looks to future by funding scholarships

Heritage Day 2014 is now another memory. The Cambria Historical Museum played host on Memorial Day weekend to craftsmen and women demonstrating their trades and avocations. Perpetuating some valued skills, this year a woodcarver joined the native pine needle basket weaver/flautist. Weavers, jade carvers and potters returned to share their skills, and now the Historical Society is planning ahead to enlist demonstrators for next year’s event.

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