WORK CONTINUES THROUGH 2008 IN
REBUILDING THE POQUOSON MUSEUM BARN
On Saturday, March 22, demolition work began on the remaining portions of the Poquoson Museum Barn, severely damaged by fire in November 2007. Museum members began work that morning performing the demolition and moving the debris into a hugh pile for pick up and disposal.
The demolition work comprised the first phase of the of the museum's "Barn Rebuilding" project. The architectual drawing for the new barn was completed and approved by the museum board. Construction began once the debris was removed, and continued through the summer and fall.