Cabinets of Curiosity
Exhibit: April 15-December 13, 2019
Reception: Thursday, May 2, 2019
Curious collections of curious objects grouped by theme (like the color green, floral, and animals) and displayed in cabinets. This exhibit is reflective of how museums began!
Gridiron Glory: A Look Back at Chokio-Alberta Football
Exhibit: November 5, 2019-February 28, 2020
This exhibit reflects on the history of football in Alberta and Chokio and the journey of being rivals and eventually teammates. Tragedy and triumph, dedication and sweat, are all evident in the history of the popular school sport that brought these communities together. We are grateful for items loaned from the Chokio-Alberta School and Coach Neal Hofland.
Women’s Suffrage Centennial
Exhibit: Opens January 2020
The year 2020 marks the 100th year of women voting. Our exhibit will feature info about influential women who lived and worked in Stevens County, and related artifacts. More details coming soon!
Bob Ross Cherrywood Challenge Quilt Exhibit
Exhibit: February 3-14, 2020
Presentation and reception: 2pm, Saturday, February 8
Karla Voorhees Overland will be back in Morris to talk about Cherrywood Hand Dyed Fabrics’ recent quilt challenge – with a theme of Bob Ross, the famous PBS painter! We will be having the “Brown” trunk of 75 quilts. We will open the museum EVERY day of this exhibit for maximum viewing time. Here are the hours during this popular exhibit:
Monday-Friday from 9am-4pm
Saturday and Sunday from 1-4pm
Men and Women of the Land, Hall of Honor
This is a video exhibit about people that were nominated by their friends and families. We have about 50 nominees so far, and most of these videos are completed and available to view in our museum. The videos are about 12-15 minutes each and they are a short biography of each person. You do not need to know the person specifically to enjoy the videos!