Thursday, April 28, 2011
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
We found more than Easter eggs last Sunday at the Old Jail Museum Complex. A large ash tree found its way onto the roof of the barn. Tremendous rainfall and high winds seem to have been the cause. Today, workers are busy removing the tree and will begin making the necessary repairs. We request no visitors to that area, please, as this work proceeds.
We expect everything to be back to normal for our May 5 opening.
Friday, April 22, 2011
The preschoolers from First Baptist Church were happy to see the sun come out today so they could enjoy their Easter egg hunt in the grass around the Vineyard Log Cabin. Where's a camera when you need one?!
Colorful eggs weren't the only surprise. Our Key Magazines have finally been received from the printer (well, the first 150). Some are being hand delivered; others were mailed today. We're awaiting delivery of the remaining issues and hope to have them in your hands soon.
If you'd like to purchase this (or earlier) issues of the Key , please stop by the Old Jail Museum during regular hours of operation. Issues through 2005 are $5.00. Issues 2006-Present are $10. We're open May 5- October 31, 11 AM- 3 PM, Thursday- Saturday.
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Residents have a chance to display their heirloom quilts or latest quilted creations at the upcoming Airing of the Quilts, May 14 and 15.
Owners of new quilts must have sleeve attached for ease of hanging. For more information call Kay Voss 479-883-0254 or Joyce Cormack 479-996-4474.
If you want to display an heirloom quilt, it is not necessary to attach a sleeve. Special arrangements will be made to display heirloom quilts in the historic district. We will accept heirloom quilts at the Old Jail Museum May 13. They may be picked up at 4 PM May 15. Special arrangements can be made if these times don't work for you. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Sue Edwards at 479-883-6412 for more information. The deadline to register heirloom quilts is May 10.
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Saturday, April 16, 2011
Sunday, April 10, 2011
Expect to see lots of changes at the Museum this season. All the exhibits are new. Visitors are greeted by a new sign. The sign was created by Scott Winford of Greenwood. Scott is the artisan who creates the handsome chainsaw sculptures you see around town. His majestic eagle graced the town square. Many thanks to Scott for donating his time and talents to the creation of our new sign!
Posted by traveler at 1:08 PM
Friday, April 8, 2011
The members of Sebastian County EHS Good Neighbors have volunteered as docents for the Old Jail Museum Complex. We're excited to have them on board. Thanks, Good Neighbors! Thursday they participated in an orientation and will visit the facility April 15 for a tour. They are pictured here with SSCHS Volunteer Coordinator, Paula Resch.
Posted by traveler at 5:51 AM