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Friday, May 24
The Indiana Daily Student

The Hinkle-Garton Farmstead Museum and Historic Site opens to the public monthly. In addition to the two barns, there is a Queen Anne style house on the property that serves as the headquarters for Bloomington Restoration, Inc., who uses the property for community engagement projects such as a volunteer garden, museum exhibits and an oral history project. Emily Eckelbarger and Emily Eckelbarger

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The Hinkle-Garton Farmstead Museum and Historic Site opens to the public monthly. In addition to the two barns, there is a Queen Anne style house on the property that serves as the headquarters for Bloomington Restoration, Inc., who uses the property for community engagement projects such as a volunteer garden, museum exhibits and an oral history project.