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The Dal Paso Museum is getting back to some sense of normalcy in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.Last year, the museum at 215 Main Ave. was opened sporadically to renters, depending on the amount of COVID activity here, said Dal Paso Museum board member Judith Holladay.“When the COVID numbers would go up, we would clear our calendar,” Holladay said. “It was an up and down thing last year.”The museum slowly reopened earlier this year.The museum space is available to rent for graduation parties, family reunions and baby showers. People are already signing up to rent the space for Christmas ...

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Lamesa Press-Reporter

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Lamesa, TX 79331