The Yellow Trail Museum in Hope will give you a chance to break some stuff tomorrow. They are hosting a demolition party in the building they recently acquired next door, starting at 9 a.m. Saturday morning.
The building will eventually be the home for artifacts from the town’s days as one of the first communities to have rural mail carrier routes. The Rural Mail Carrier’s Museum used to be on the Hope Town Square but was torn down about five years ago.
The museum announced that it had purchased the next door building earlier this summer. The first steps toward a remodel is the demolition of the existing interior, and they are looking for your help tearing things down.
The Yellow Trail Museum is on the northwest corner of the HOpe Town Square.