Shenandoah’s long history with conservation and nurseries continues with the Back To Our Roots event on March 23rd from 1-4pm in the Delmonico Room.
There will be a seed swap where you bring seeds you don’t plan to use and get new varieties to try thanks to Jessa at Sycamore Ridge Small Farm.
Shenandoah High School class of 1970 graduate Bob Kling will hold an art show in the month of April at the museum. Bob will showcase 22 original paintings.
Bob will also do a gallery talk on April 4th at 6pm.
Kelly Gee portrays The Reverend Edythe Stirlen, affectionately known as the "Little Minister". She broadcast her sermons on the radio for over sixty years in Shenandoah. Edyth was one of the first ordained women ministers in the Midwest. Program sponsored by The Depot Restaurant & Lounge.
Join us in celebrating artist Samuel Baker’s 150th birthday with an art show. Baker is recognized as one of Shenandoah’s most famous artists. The show will feature his artwork in the museum’s collection including some that have never been on display at the museum.
Troy Stolp and Richard Warner from the Pottawattamie County Historical Society will present a program about the Mormons that settled the Southwest Iowa area.
The program will be in the Delmonico Room on July 27th at 2pm. When the program is done, be sure to take a tour around the museum and see the Manti cabin!