We are closed for the season
We want to take this oppourtunity to thank all those who visited the museum this year as without you, we would not be here in Meredith. From the groups who converge during Bike Week, to the familes and tourists of summer and into the fall with leaf peepers and visitors from afar; we thank one and all. This is the end of our third season and we always say to each other that the best part of the museum is the people we have met. The children who take the pledge not to bully, read every night and promise to try to obey their parents make us especially proud of the Junior Motor Officer Corp. They make us smile and they remind us daily that our greatest national treasure is our children.

We have many new exhibits planned for 2014. Our 1927 Indian Laconia Police motor should be finished for Bike Week. Our military display will be expanded with motors and personal history of those that gave and those that gave all. We will have a vintage BMW sidecar rig that brings awareness and tribute to those that battle breast cancer. With the rolling out of the new Indian Chief, we are excited to have a timeline of working Indian Chiefs from 1922 to 2014 on display. Tributes for the States of Maine and Vermont are also planned for 2014. Thanks again and the Happiest and Safest Holidays to all.
Doug and Leslyee

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