"One of our summer programs will be here, a jewelry making class," said Kramer. "The back room is a perfect location to host any type of class but will hold art shows, lectures and other types of historically minded classes."
Kramer went on to say that talks with Borders Books are being conducted with the hope of beginning a monthly author showcase.
"It's exciting to be a part of this," said Barrett. "This tavern is a direct link to the town's past. To think back over the last seven years and all of the hard work that's gone into the facility gives the board and myself a great sense of pride.""