** ZachNews’ Community Business or Restaurant of the Week: **
– This week’s great pictures is from Needles Regional Museum and Thrift Shop.
If you want to learn more about our community of Needles, California, stop on into the Needles Regional Museum.
Many of the items showed on display change yearly so each year is something new from the past and all put on display by caring, helpful, friendly, and knowledgeable volunteers.
Learn about the community of Needles, California and it’s history from the people who lived, served, worked, played, and helped grow our community, to the different businesses that brought travelers into our community, and so much more.
After walking around the museum, stop buy their gift shop where you can purchase calendars of Needles, California’s past, Needles Centennial Coins, Route 66 pins, and many other items on our community and of Route 66.
Afterwards, come on over to their Thrift Shop, located next door to the Needles Regional Museum, with lots of good items from clothes, shoes, and blankets, to books, jewelry, and treasures.
Your shopping at the Thrift Shop helps supports the Needles Regional Museum in keeping our history alive.
Needles Regional Museum is open from Monday to Saturday from 10:00am to 2:00pm PT.
Admission to the Needles Regional Museum is free though donations are accepted.
The Needles Regional Museum’s Thrift Shop is open from Tuesday to Friday from 10:00am to 2:00pm PT.
Needles Regional Museum and Thrift Shop is located at 929 Front Street near G Street in Downtown Needles, California.
Volunteers for the Needles Regional Museum are always welcome.
For more information about the Needles Regional Museum and Thrift Shop or to volunteer at the Needles Regional Museum, please contact the Needles Regional Museum by phone at either: 1 (760) 326-5678 or 1 (760) 326-5055.
Tell them that ZachNews sent you there.