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Museum content on Facebook and Twitter

April 19, 2021 Some Dubois County Museum information and content is available on Facebook and Twitter. Some of that content can be viewed without Logging On to those systems. Dubois County Museum -- Facebook:...

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Oh Baby-Growing Up in Dubois County

March 1, 2021 The Dubois County Museum Exhibit team is setting up a temporary exhibit in Room One that is sure to delight your inner child. The Exhibit is named, “Oh Baby” and will look at childhood and growing up in Dubois County. The museum staff has been gathering...

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Legacy of Lincoln — February 2021

The Legacy of Abraham Lincoln  The Dubois County Museum hosts their monthly Free Night on Thursday, February 18, 2021,  from 5:30-8:00 p.m. at the museum. The month of February celebrates the Legacy of Abraham Lincoln with a special exhibit on our 16th president....

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New exhibits planned for 2021

The Dubois County Museum’s Exhibit and Programming teams have put together an interesting plan for programs in 2021. Beginning in January and running the whole year, the teams are setting up new temporary exhibits monthly, and a few additions to existing exhibits, and...

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Enhanced Boy Scout Display –Third Thursday–

Come to the museum on the Third Thursday evening of the month for the unveiling of new exhibits. It will be great fun! Who says things never change? The first Third Thursday is January 21, 2021, from 5:30-8:00 p.m.. Plenty of room to move around to keep social...

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Museum to remain open during Roof Work The Dubois County Museum announces that work will begin on Monday, September 14, to replace the building’s roof covering the majority of Room Two. Items in Room Two include the farm machinery and log house display, as well as,...

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Learn Winter Animal Adaptations

It is winter time. Have you ever wondered about where the animals all go when the cold weather hits?  The Dubois County Museum has set up a program that will answer that for you.  “Where have all the Wild Things Gone” will be offered on Saturday, February 2, 2019,...

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Snowmen Collection on Display

Tis the season for possible colder temperatures and snow.  With that in mind, the Dubois County Museum has gotten into the spirit of the winter season and have set up a display of fun and cuddly snowmen or snow people throughout the museum. The display will run until...

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Dubois County Museum presents Fall Harvest Day

Ah, Fall.  It is that time again to take a step back in time and visit the old homestead.  There is a lot of work to be done on the farm. Much help is needed (or come to view). Come to the Dubois County Museum on Sunday,...

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