The North Tonawanda History Museum staff announced changes to the store at 712 Oliver St.
“A new lighted counter and rear shelving units are used to display items that are unique to North Tonawanda,” a press release noted. “New items are reproduction 19th century maps and postcards, NTHS alumni license plate holders, ornaments, caps, T-shirts and hoodies. Other items include NT-related bumper stickers, CDs by local artists, and DVDs related to local history.
“There is also a good selection of books on a wide variety of subjects by local authors such as Rick Falkowski, Don MacSwann and Paul Swisher. Just added is ‘Single Wing: A Story of Boyhood, Friendship and Football’ by NTHS Class of 1966 President Jeff Krull.”
The museum is open from noon to 4 p.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. It will be closed on Christmas and New Year’s Eve.
The North Tonawanda History Museum is a 501(c)(3) qualified nonprofit organization.