Memorial Day would be the perfect day to stop by the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum. Not only are they kicking off their summer hours, being open every Monday, but they've added can't miss items to their latest display.

The Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum's exhibit, Native Lifeways of the Plains, seeks to highlight the lives and stories of a diverse group of native peoples through time and going through the present. Their collection of items on display is impressive.

Items include a Kiowa calendar, a recently conserved breastplate, and a key highlight is the headdress worn by Quanah Parker along with his lance. The exhibit will be on display through May of 2019. Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum's summer hours begin on Memorial Day. They will be open seven days a week through the summer months, and they invite us all to celebrate their first open Monday this Memorial Day.

On a day of remembrance, a great way to celebrate would be to stop by the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum and check out their latest display on the traditional lifeways of native peoples.