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1890 Jail Museum among area attractions on display during Stroll ‘N Roll

A late afternoon view of the 1890 Jail Museum's front entrance.

A late afternoon view of the 1890 Jail Museum’s front entrance.

Clay County 1890 Jail Museum, 116 N. Graham St., Henrietta, and the Red River Valley Tourism Association have joined with the Wichita Falls Museum Coalition to celebrate the 2013 Stroll ‘N Roll. This free event will be held Saturday, Sept.14 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will feature approximately 40 area museums and attractions.

“The Red River Valley Tourism Association is excited to be participating during this year’s event,” said Sammie Hatfield, CVB Group Sales Representative and association member. “This is going to be a wonderful day of exploration and excitement for citizens who venture to some of our surrounding communities to share in their colorful culture, history and art.”

Several of the association’s 53 member cities will welcome visitors to their museums, galleries and points of interest, including Bonham, Denison, Duncan, Henrietta, Jacksboro, Nocona, Quanah, Paris, Seymour, Sherman, Saint Jo, Vernon and Wichita Falls. Stops in these cities will include the Horton Car Museum in Nocona, 1890 Jail Museum in Henrietta, Stonewall Museum in Saint Jo, Copper Breaks State Park near Quanah, Fort Richardson State Park in Jacksboro and more. A complete list can be found at www.RedRiverValley.info.

For more information, contact the 1890 Jail Museum  at (940) 538-5655, T.J. Kelton at (940) 538-5398 or Sammie Hatfield at the Wichita Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau (940) 716-5552.


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