MENOMINEE — West Shore Fishing Museum will open temporarily for a perennial plant sale Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon.

The gift shop and walking trails will be open, but the house and exhibit buildings will be closed. People are asked to wear a mask and practice social distancing. The museum is located inside Bailey Park at N5146 Highway M-35, 15 miles north of Menominee.

Perennials include: Many hostas in different varieties, bee balm, coreopsis, Missouri primrose, spider wart, heliopsis, coral bells, foam flower, rudbeckia, gloriosa daisy, peony, rhubarb, violas, rose campion and more. There are a few house plants and shrubs as well, but no annuals or vegetables.

Because the museum hours and large events are canceled this summer, this will be the only chance to buy plants and visit the gift shop. Plants are priced to sell and the gift shop has many new items.

For more information, people may call 715-923-9756.