EVENTS:

                         Tuesday Nights at the Museum

                               6:30 - 8pm

      July 5, 2016:  What is It ? Game   --- Bring an item that fits into a bag or box that you know what it is but you think it may be hard for others to figure out.  Do not tell others what it is!   It will be placed on the table with the other items brought that night.  Everyone will guess what it is and put their guesses and name on a sheet.  Then each person will take a turn and show their item and tell us all about it.  This is a game for people from 5 to 105 to play.  We will all learn of new items each night and have fun doing it!

        July 12, 2016:  What is It? Game

        July 19, 2016:  Vintage Farming Roundtable Talk-- lead by Orville Nelson and Ron Narum     Come and listen, learn and share what farming was like to how it is now.  A great night for all interested in farming.

         July 26, 2016:

        August 2, 2016:

        August 9, 2016:

        August 16, 2016:

    If they are enjoyed and well attended we will start them up again next May, 2017.   See you at, Tuesday Nights at the Museum!


June 11, 2016 we were open and this is the portion of the vintage motorcycle collection you missed out on if you were not here.  Maybe next year! 1910 Pierce, 1913 Excelsior, 1907 Thor, 1912 Shaw



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 Tuesday, June 14, 2016

starting at 5:30

 Holly Froemke from Lisbon, ND

will be demonstrating Wheat Weaving

 at 6:30

Gordon L. Iseminger from UND will be presenting:

North Dakota Corn Husking Contests 1939, 1940, 1941

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April 15, 2016

Another Doosan Day of Caring



June 9, 2015 was Doosan Day of Caring

Here is a picture to share of the wonderful group that helped us make some changes at the Museum. 




The following are links to websites that can help you with research for your family history.





Other attractions to see in the area to make a day of your trip:
http://www.lisbonoperahouse.org


                                                                                                    
 
 
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