Museum’s ‘Vet Ink’ exhibit ends Friday



The “Vet Ink” exhibit — a display of military-themed tattoos — will end at 4 p.m. Friday at the Clark County Historical Museum, 1511 Main St.

The exhibit features the tattoos of 11 local veterans; it also includes the stories of the military experiences that were factors in their tattoos.

Friday also marks the final day of free admission for veterans, which has been offered in conjunction with the “Vet Ink: Military-Inspired Tattoos” exhibit.

The next exhibit slated for that museum space is “Curiosity: Clark County, Real and Imagined.” It will provide a peek at oddities in the museum’s artifact, photographic and archival collections while divulging fascinating facts — and fallacies — in our community’s history.