Spotlight Saturday November 8th -- Honoring Our Veterans
Mark your calendars for November 8th from 10am-4pm as we remember and honor our local heroes. The Museum will host local scout organizations in a letter writing party to write letters of thanks to our Veterans and active duty soldiers. Participants can also make their own quilt square to help create a community quilt of thanks! All are welcome to participate!
**The Museum will supply items to decorate the quilt squares, but to personalize your square you may bring items from home such as photographs, notes, drawings, embroidery, fabric, small objects, photo film negatives, or whatever you can attach to an 8in. x 8in. canvas square—but you will need to limit the weight of the piece to 1 pound or less. Glitter may not be brought.
Spotlight Saturday December 6th--Holiday Heritage
Save the date for December 6th from 10am-4pm for a showing of the film The Polar Express! Come in your favorite pajamas and bring a cozy blanket to watch the movie. Hang out after the movie to make snow globes, and other fun activities related to holiday traditions! The train cars on the square will also be open to view.
70th Anniversary of D-Day
Come by the Morton Museum to see the new temporary exhibit commemorating the 70th anniversary of D-Day, and read profiles of local veterans. To learm more about D-Day and WWII, check out these resources from the Burch Library.
Photograph by Robert F. Sargent of the U.S. Coast Guard, shows troops wading toward the beaches of Normandy on D-Day, June 6, 1944.