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By Lou Marzeles
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Maryhill to dedicate new wing this weekend

 

Lou Marzeles

In a museum here in Goldendale, one can see artifacts from American Indian tribes just down the hall from sculptures by the French master Auguste Rodin.

A miniature version of Rodin’s celebrated “The Thinker” broods in the Maryhill Museum, perhaps contemplating how it came to reside in a house on a bluff overlooking the Lewis and Clark Trail.

This weekend, there will be much more to contemplate as the museum spreads out into a new wing, accommodating more exhibit and lecture space, a new location for its cafe, and a dramatic new view from the veranda of the Gorge. An array of celebratory events leading up to the formal dedication of the wing is scheduled, including a fly-by of antiq...



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