We have our new audio-video system installed and it even works. As the pictures show, any program will be able to be seen and heard in the adjoining room. This new system should allow the seating of at least 30 or more additional people. Everyone is invited to hear Lisa Ossian this Sunday, Sept.7, tell about WWII on the homefront.
Several projects have been started this week. The camera and some of the wiring have been installed in the large meeting room. We are waiting for the TVs and speakers to be hung. When this is completed, our seating capacity for programs will be increased by at least 30 people. As you can see from the pictures, the Freedom Rock is being prepared for painting and the pilings are poured for the bridge to be set back in place. Of course our cool weather gave way to over 90 degrees while these two projects were being done. Also Richard Ferguson just unloaded our 1935 Oliver Model 70 which he had finished painting. Thanks to all our volunteers who do a great job. Keep checking this site for further updates.
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 1880s 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.
PLEASE NOTE: We have a chair lift to make the Lee Annex basement more accessible to those unable to use stairs.
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