Museum Site Map
"Preserve the Past ~ For the Future"
Operating since 1967
for Pioneer Days, the weekend of the third Sunday of July. During the
weekend you can see the log planner, bundle threshing, plowing,
blacksmithing, wheelwright and horse drawn wagon rides. Other heritage
demonstrations include soap making, heritage crafts, rope
making, wool carding, lard rendering, clay oven baking and milk
Days also features musical entertainment by local musicians, log
sawing and planning, shingle making, grist mill
(grinding wheat to flour), morning breakfast, food booth open ,
popcorn and ice-cream cones. The events
schedule is sure to keep you busy for the weekend.
Please Note:Visitors Pets are not allowed within the museum site, except for Service Animals for people with disabilities and working dogs. Also we dont't have a ATM machine at our museum! Therefor we are CASH ONLY for this event.
Saturday July 20th and Sunday July 21st 2013
10:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Daily Admissions are:
$10.00 per person
Ages 6 and under free
UNSERVICED CAMPING FREE ALL WEEKEND LONG!!
and Sunday mornings off with a pancake and eggs breakfast. Wash it all
down with juice or coffee.
|The highlight "must stop by" is the outdoor clay oven where the volunteer staff bake bread and mouth watering cinnamon buns. The flour for the buns and bread is ground in the grist mill from wheat grown on the museum site.|
Music all day Saturday and Sunday for your listening and dancing enjoyment. Saturday evening we will be having BBQ Beef dinner. Petting Zoo Both days!
On Sunday we have church service, Corn on the cob and join us for a BBQ Ham dinner.
We will have a local craft sale happening all weekend long!
||Antique cars are on
display both days
coming from far and wide. We also have a Heritage Tractor & Steam Engine Parades going on over the weekend.
Also Heritage homemaking Demos!
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