Harmony Museum

February 2020 Update

From the President Greetings.  There are a number of changes coming to the Harmony Museum in 2020.  The biggest one is that Kathy Luek has decided to retire as our administrator this summer, after 20+ years of keeping the museum up and running. Her thoughtfulness, thoroughness, dedication, and encyclopedic knowledge of all things Harmony will […]

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Harmony Museum

January 2020 Update

From the President Greetings.  Thanks to all the great cooks who made the December 10 Holiday Potluck so delicious. At the event, besides eating well, we recognized Tyler Rasmussen and Greyson Jones  from Boy Scouts Troup 1606 for their amazing work restoring leaning and fallen grave markers at the Mennonite Cemetery.  You can see the […]

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Harmony Museum

November 2019 Update

From the President Auction results.  Thanks to all who donated items, and helped move and catalog items for the auction.  The effort generated close to $3000 in income for the Museum and found new homes for many antiques and duplicates from the Museum collection.  Gluhwein Hut. A slate roof with copper trim has been installed […]

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Harmony Museum

October 2019 Update

From the President How about those new windows—As this newsletter rolls off the copy machine, the siding is going up on Stewart Hall, and painting begins on the Wagner Haus. What an improvement to the hall, and what an amazing face lift to a 207-year-old building!  Thanks for all the many donations (more still needed) […]

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Harmony Museum

August 2019 Update

From the President We had a wonderful evening of fun music and great food at “A Night at the Tavern” on Saturday July 27th.  Stewart Hall looked great, with candlelight, and flowers decorating our big round tables. The Wayward Companions (and candlelight) helped transport us all to an earlier time. Included in the audience was […]

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Harmony Museum

May 2019 Update

From the President May was a busy month at the Harmony Museum. Small Farm Animals Day was a success with about 100 families with lots of kids stopping in at the Harmonist Barn to meet 4-H members and learn about their animals. While it wasn’t a big money-maker, we reached a younger family audience than […]

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