JEFFERSON CITY— The Missouri Department of Natural Resources is holding a series of public meetings on future plans for the official state museum in the Capitol.
Five meetings will be held around the state to gather public comment on the services offered by the museum and to measure its current strengths and weaknesses.
Museum staff lead tours of the Capitol, manage galleries on the building's first floor and handle artifacts.
The meetings are set for Sept. 24 in Pacific; Oct. 1 in Kirksville; Oct. 8 in Maryville; Oct. 13 in Creve Coeur; and Oct. 29 in Springfield. All sessions will begin at 6 p.m.