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WHIM OPENING, RUINS RAMBLE TO BE RESCHEDULED

Nov. 18, 2003 – Weather conditions led the St. Croix Landmarks Society to postpone two activities that had been scheduled for last weekend: the public opening of the Estate Whim Museum exhibition "Pres to Des,' Pillar to Post: The Art and Antiques of a Worldly Bachelor," and a Ruins Ramble at Estate Spanish Town.
The exhibition of Danish West Indian furniture and accessories collected by Wayne James had been scheduled to open to the public on Sunday afternoon. That opening will be rescheduled for a date to be announced, according to a release from the Landmarks Society. The exhibition is to remain in place until May.
The Ruins Ramble, a guided walking tour covering an 18th century sugar plantation and a 20th century aluminum works, also had been scheduled for Sunday afternoon. It, too, will be scheduled for a date to be announced, according to the release.
For more information, call the Landmarks Society office at 772-0598.

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