2014 Programs & Exhibits at the Dubois County Museum
ALL TIMES ARE EASTERN TIME (ET)
June 1 through October 12 - Rock-a-Bye-Baby - an exhibit depicting children growing up in Dubois County from the Pioneer Days until the 1960's. This exhibit will include infants and children up to the age of 7.
June 11 through the summer - Stone Carver, Josh Dodd will be repairing tombstones taken from the Enlow Cemetery in Jasper. He will be on hand on Wednesday mornings from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in Exhibit Rooom II. Visitors are welcome to observe him at work, see his tools and ask questions. Mr. Dodd, an art teacher at Jasper High School, spent time last summer in Jasper's Sister City, Pfaffenweiler, Germany, to train and learn from the stone carving professionals in that city.
TBA Chainsaw Carver demonstration.
September 25 - Opening of Local Merchants Party Table Event - Local merchants wil be fashioning themed party table designs from the items available in their businesses to benefit the Dubois County Museum. Opening night is September 25 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The public is invited to view the tables and meet the merchants. A dessert bar and refreshments will be available throughout the evening. A $10 admission will be charged. The tables will then be displayed for public viewing from September 26 through October 11.
October 11 - Catered meal to mark closing of Party Table Event - Tickets for the catered meal and cash bar are available from the participating merchants and the Dubois County Museum. Cost of tickets is $20 per person and guests must be 21 years of age and older. Drawings will be held for $25 gift certificates from each merchant.
October 26 - Fall Harvest Day
November 1 - Early Settlers of Dubois County, a new permament exhibit on immigrant arrivals to Dubois County from 1801 onward
November 6 - December 30 - Festival of Trees, All New Elements - Come and See
November 15 - Log House Dinner, Raffle and 15th Anniversary Celebration
December 6, 7 - O'Tannenbaum Programs and Activities
December 13, 14 - Cookie Walk
December 30 - Last Day of Festival of Trees