A special version of the Klamath County Museum’s Night at the Cemetery program will be presented Sunday, Oct. 11, at three rural cemeteries in the area.
Participants are invited to visit the Mt. Laki, Merrill IOOF and Bedfield cemeteries between 2 and 5 p.m. The Museum will have at least two presenters stationed at each of the three cemeteries. People can visit any of the cemeteries at any time during the three-hour period.
The Mt. Laki Cemetery is located on Cross Road about five miles southeast of Klamath Falls. The Merril IOOF Cemetery is located off Highway 39 on IOOF Cemetery Road, about two miles west of Merrill. Bedfield Cemetery is found along Harpold Road in Poe Valley.
Rather than selling tickets at $10 per person for the annual fundraiser, the museum will encourage donations for this year’s program. Tax-deductible donations can be made at any of the three cemeteries during the Oct. 11 program, or at the museum at any time.
Information: call (541) 882-1000.