Vintage Bathing Costumes

and other unmentionables! On display at the Frahm House August 11-Aug 15 12-4 pm each day Bloomers, skirts, stockings and hats! All to go swimming! See this wonderful collection of Victorian and Edwardian swim fashion for men and women. Other “dainties” also on display – undergarments, union suits, loungewear and more. Friday: ice cream on
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WCHAT: The Plains Tribes and the Homestead Act

by Nancy Gillis Sponsored by Humanities Nebraska Tuesday, Aug. 4 @ 6:30 pm Location: Cherry Hill Church (across from the museum, next to the Longhorn) Native American tribes have always inhabited the immense tract of land called the Great Plains. They interacted with their environment, neighboring tribes, and European trappers and explorers for centuries. The
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FREE Admission Days for Families with Kids

Friday, July 17 Friday, August 14 Bring out the kiddos – whether you have 1 or 10 – the whole family is FREE. Plenty of hands-on activities – be a soldier, mountain man or pioneer, old-fashioned bank teller or archaeologist. Explorer our Pioneer History exhibit while on a museum scavenger hunt. Museum open 9-5. July
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Virtual Tour of our Basement

click for videos Join Curator Faith as she introduces us to little known items in our collection. Medical devices, cooking utensils, clothing and interesting artifacts from our vault. check back often – new videos posted daily
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Museum Re-opening June 2

After being closed to the public since March, we are looking forward to re-opening on Tuesday, June 2. We will be open Tuesday through Friday from 9-5 pm. Saturdays will remain closed for the immediate future. During this time “off”, we have been upgrading our exhibits, our facilities and ensuring that YOU have a interesting
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Pioneer Exhibit Opening

Our Pioneer Memorial Gallery is now open. Come experience the history of Washington County – early fur traders and Mormon pioneers, the building of towns, businesses and farms. Experience the stories of our earliest pioneers and homesteaders, and see the transition from horse power to nuclear power.
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