||Driehaus reopening in late August
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The Driehaus Museum, 40 E. Erie St., will reopen to the public Saturday, Aug. 29. The museum will open for a members-only preview Saturday-Sunday, Aug. 22-23.
Patrons are urged to wear face coverings. Also, new health and safety measures have been implemented, including operating at reduced capacity, timed-entry ticketing, enhanced cleaning protocols and new directional signage indicating appropriate social distancing.
All galleries are open to view including the special exhibition, "PAN: Prints of Avant Garde Europe, 1895-1900." As always, the museum guides will be on hand to answer any questions as you explore the galleries and current exhibitions.
See DriehausMuseum.org .
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