b'Priest Lake Museum Celebrates 30 YearsThe Priest Lake Museum Association was started in 1979 with a handful of volunteers who wanted visitors and residents to be aware of the areas rich heritage.In 1990, through a partnership agreement with the U.S. Forest Service, their CCC era cabin on Luby Bay was converted into a museum.The museum has vignettes of yesterday, historic exhibits and videos that include interviews with local pioneers.Books and DVDs concerning the regions history and natural resources are available for sale. Themuseumassociationsmissionistocollect,preserve,prepareand display for the general public any materials that may help illustrate early exploration,settlementanddevelopmentoftheregion.Themuseum collection continues to grow as we receive new donations of objects and photographs which fulfill this mission. With our digital technology, we can now scan and return original photographs to the donor, so if you have any old pictures or other documents that you think should be added to the collection please contact the museum.The museum is located on Luby Bay, just north of the junction with the Luby Bay and West Lakeshore Roads.Staffed with a dedicated group of volunteer hosts, the museum is open 10 to 4, Tuesday through Sunday, from mid-June through Labor Day weekend, and weekends only from Memorial Day to mid-June and in September after Labor Day.It is closed Mondays, except holiday Mondays.Admission is free.The museum website is: plmuseum.org.32 Priest Lake, Idahowww.priestlake.org'