April 19 at 7:00 the museum hosts a book talk by Dennis Depcik, local author of Wouldn’t It Be Something. He’ll share his lovely, emotional experience of falling in love with his future wife through letter writing and rediscovering those letters 41 years later after her death. This event is free, no registration is necessary.
Join us at the Museum on October 24 at 10:45 AM for a Halloween dog costume contest. Dress up your dog in the most unique and creative Halloween costume. The contest categories are small dog (0 – 25 lbs), medium dog (25 – 45 lbs), large dog (45 lbs or more), and best family costume.Continue reading “FREE Halloween dog costume contest”
Boy Scout Badge Day, October 12. Earn Forestry and Archaeology badges.
All scouts (with or without a troop) are welcome to participate in the merit badge day at the Museum. At the end, scouts will have earned their Indian Lore and Geocaching badges. The instructor is a qualified merit badge counselor and will be able to sign badge cards. Cost is $10 per scout (patches notContinue reading “Boy Scout badge day event”
Love beer? Enjoy a good true crime story? Join us at the museum for an adults only event on October 7th. Tickets include Lake Bluff Brewing Company beer tasting, a true crime talk, and all-you-can-eat appetizers. Parking and museum admission is free. Hurry to reserve your spot. Space is limited to 40 people. Tickets mustContinue reading “History on Tap: beer tasting and crime stories”