It will be part of the Kentwood Museum, said Sandy Reed, who is planning the exhibit with Kathy Bryan.

It will have three sections: early childhood, Mouseketeer time, and her present chart-topping status, plus a gift shop for Britneybilia.

Spears’ parents have donated some childhood dresses and other items, Reed said, adding that she and other volunteers are looking for more memorabilia.

She said she and Bryan met earlier this month with Spears’ manager and accountant in New York earlier this month, and both liked the idea.

“I’d love to say, ‘And the opening date will be…’ but we’re not to that point yet,” Bryan said.

She said the idea for the museum was a response to phone calls to state and local tourism councils.