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Sargent County Museum

Forman, North Dakota


  8987 Hwy 32, Forman, ND 58032

Outside of MuseumOutside of Museum

End of season hours: August 29-Sept. 1 = 10-4, Sept. 3 &4 Labor Day weekend= 1-4 Sept. 5-8 =10-4, Sept. 11, 12 & 14= 10-4 

 or call for an appointment

Other times of the year call or email to make sure we are open.

 If the flags or open sign are out then someone is around.

We have phone numbers posted on the front door of people living in Forman that will come and open the doors.


FREE will offering

If not open call:

These people live in Forman and can come down & open up the Museum:

Fritzen's: (H)701-724-3720

(Cell) 701-680-1633

Allan Colemer:(H) 701-724-3306 (cell) 701-680-8166

Orville Nelson: 701-724-3676


Upcoming and current events will be posted on this page-- so come back often to check!


 Wednesday, May 10, 2017 from 5:30-8pm

We  hosted a Family Health Fair at the Museum.  This event was FREE to all that came!! 

Museum was open that day from 2-8:30pm


 Prairie St. John’s-  Fargo,Valley Senior Services, Mobility Plus Rehabilitation, Sargent County Extension Service (family meal planning), American Cancer Society, Sheyenne Valley Counseling Services, DRN (PERS & Lifeline), Blue Cross Blue Shield of ND (wellness and care programs), SC District Health Unit (hemoglobin & lead testing on the spot, along with immunization look ups), Shannon Brown (essential oils), Sanford Home Health ( Blood Pressure checks), Sanford Clinic/Forman (BP checks and physical therapy services), CHI Lisbon Health Cardio Rehab, Sargent County Master Gardeners (raised beds, container gardening & more), Forman Drug (allergy info & Narcan info), Massage by Lorie Sherbrooke, 

Bottled water from Northern Plains Ag, Cinch Bags from Parents Lead, Dairy snacks from ND Dairy Association, Soy Nuts from ND Soybean Council, Drawings for give-a-ways all night

Sponsors: Sargent County District Health Unit, Healthy Sargent County & Sargent County Historical Society/Museum             

  Grant Funds from: