Come to theWyandot County Museum on Saturday, September 3 from 1-5 pm for special displays honoring the couple for whom the house, which houses the museum, was built. A special cake will be cut at 2:00, so if you would like some, be sure to be there!
The Wyandot County Historical Society is raffling off these prizes in November! Tickets for the raffle are $20 each and available from board members, or at the Museum. With the rise in food prices and shootings, either of these prizes would be great to win. The name first drawn gets…
Saturday and Sunday, July 23 & 24, a quilt show was held at the Overland Inn. There was a wide variety of quilts on display!
The Museum’s ice cream social was a great success! Perfect weather, hard workers, good food, great displays, and lots of guests! Thank you to all the sponsors, dessert donators, and workers. Without you all, the Social would not be possible!
Be sure to visit this new service! This contains videos of events at the Museum. Missed a Thursday Evening talk? Go to this web page to view it! Click on continue reading for live link! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClxFJt_huBZrcjmVayv4e9Q
During the open houses at the Museum, visitors could view over 30 decorated Christmas trees as well as the beautifully decorated home. There were even refreshments and free candy canes. This year even Santa Claus came for a visit!
The museum celebrated Veterans’ day with a display of military uniforms and memorabilia from various time periods in U.S. history. The drawing for the guns was held on November 11. Rose Bowers was the winner of the Kimble and Gavin Pike was the winner of the rifle. Congratulations to both!
On Sunday, October 24, the Museum celebrated Halloween with Food , Fun and Fright. The museum was decorated for Halloween and members of the board presented tales of Wyandot County murders. Grilled hot dogs and bags of candy were available to visitors. The decorations at the museum will be on…
On Saturday, October 16, Mr. Marvin gave a very interesting and informative talk as we walked through the Oak Hill cemetery. He gave histories of some of the people buried there and noted information about some of the symbols on the stones.
Don’t forget to attend the Thursday evenings at the museum at 7:00. These are very interesting and informative on the various topics addressed! To see the speakers and topics, go to the Hours and Events page.