Our Events in 2020:
February 23rd - 2:00 p.m.
The Lincoln-Douglass Debates
Repeatedly, Lincoln stated that "a house divided could not stand." Douglas refuted this by noting that the founders, "left each state perfectly free to do as it pleased..."
Join us for an insightful lecture by Mr. Tom Matthes. A retired educator, author, historian, radio speaker, and constitutional scholar, Mr. Matthes has provided several engaging lectures at the Museum over the years. RSVP
March 8th - 2:00 p.m.
An Edwardian Fashion Tea.
Learn about Edwardian fashion and social customs, create a tea hat, and take home your special placemat. $30/Couple or $15/Individual. Payment required at time of reservation. ONLY 12 SEATS REMAIN (2/20/2020)
March 29th - 2:00 p.m.
Quilling a Spring-Themed Card.
Photo is a representation of quilling, not necessarily the project.
Join us for another fun quilling workshop with Clysta Walters.
This session will work on a spring-themed card.
$10 per person (for supplies).
Due to the popularity of this workshop series and limited seating, only pre-paid reservations may be held.
April, 2020 (TBD)
May 2, 2020
3rd Annual Spring Fling!
Celebrate Spring! Enjoy vendors, demonstrations, silent auction and other fun events! PLANT SALE RETURNS! Bonnie Plant Farm and Deep Roots will be participating.
VENDORS: We are looking for vendors of garden, spring, crafts, foods and more. Our booth space is affordable. Please help us continue to grow this event.
May 17th - 2:00 p.m.
"Red Crew" by Jim Howe.
"Red Crew" is a page-turner! Join us for a chat with the author, Jim Howe. Howe is a1981 Coast Guard Academy graduate who spent 11 years at sea; five in command. He served aboard all three SESs as the Red Crew's plank-owner Executive Officer from 1983-1985. RSVP
October 17, 2020
Appraisal Fair & Antiques Market!
"Wise Beyond Their Years" Ms. Eva S