First Sunday Program,
Oct. 4, 2:00 p.m.
War of 1812 – Fort
Meigs with Rick Finch
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Getting ready for the new flags at the Freedom Rock with Ron and Elmer
Check this out and discover why the Cemetery Walk is growing larger every year.
What a wonderful day!
That was the comment heard over and over after Sunday’s program celebrating the end of WWII. With mild temperatures and a nice breeze, the weather was perfect. The presenting of the colors was followed by guest speakers( Dan Honken, Senator Joni Ernst, Trish Okamoto), the laying of the wreath, Clarinda sings doing a great job, the bugler playing Taps, Jack Swisher and John Payne telling of their WWII experiences, and ending with refreshments.The day was enjoyed by all.
Our Page County, Iowa museum has it all -- a meteorite, 3-H and 4-H, Glenn Miller, genealogy research, a 1900 parlor, animal mounts, a 1944 POW camp, and more....
Your visit to the Nodaway Valley Historical Museum in Clarinda, Iowa can take you back more than a century when the Midwest was being developed with homes, farming, businesses and schools.
Visit the Historical Village and Reminisce Building to see the changes in business, transportation and agriculture from the horse drawn era to the present.
See the development of 3-H and 4-H from its very beginnings at Goldenrod School in Page County.
Follow the progress of family life through displays of home furnishings starting in 1880's and ending nearly 100 years later.
Revisit the communities of Page County to follow their history, including Bethesda, Blanchard, Braddyville, Clarinda, Coin, College Springs, Essex, Hawleyville, Hepburn, Northboro, Norwich, Nyman, Page Center, Shambaugh, Shenandoah and Yorktown.