The Texarkana Museum Systems will have a special event called 'Tribute' A Living History Tour Of Stateline Cemetery Saturday

This Saturday there will be a special tour of the famous Stateline, Mt Sinai, Masonic, and Woodlawn Cemeteries that begins at 8 pm. "Tribute"

The Texarkana Museum systems had this to say about this weekend event:

Join the Texarkana museum systems in honoring local veterans and special living history tour of State line masonic mount Sinai and Woodlawn cemetery 8 PM Saturday, July 3.

 

Tickets for this weekend must be purchased in advance tickets are $15 each. Call Jamie at 903-793-4831 for more information or .go to the website @texarkanamuseumsystems.org/events. Parking will not be allowed at the cemetery parking lots during the tours so make sure to contact the Texarkana Museum Systems for parking information.

The historic PJ Ahern home was designed by the original owners in the early 1900's. The two-story home features four bedrooms, four baths, a butler pantry, a music room, and a screened-in porch that was added in 1918 for the kids to sleep in.

The PJ Ahern was purchased in 2011 by the Texarkana Museum Systems and is now a historic site. The PJ Ahern home is located at 403 Laurel Street in Texarkana, Arkansas.

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