The original Jake Menghini Historical Museum, photo courtesy of the museum.
The current Jake Menghini Museum; taken by Tim Kamppinen Photography.
The Jake Menghini Museum is very happy to announce that, after months of planning and preparation, we have our new sign! Upon considering options, it was decided to purchase the sign from Xcell Graphix. The sign was erected Wednesday, August 26th, 2015, replacing the sign that was on Chestnut Street.
Pictured here are Bill VanWolvelaere, Museum Board Treasurer; Ryan Doda, owner of Xcell Graphix & Signs; and Mike Erhart with Xcell. The new sign is visible going either east or west on US 2.
The Norway-Vulcan area demonstrates a remarkable level of citizen engagement in organizations, volunteer work, and public events. If you or someone you know is applying to a school, or applying for a job, remember that many colleges, universities, and employers look for volunteer work on candidates' applications and resumes.
If you're a community member with an interest in the Jake Menghini Historical Museum, or simply in trying something new, consider becoming one of next summer's tour guides. Contact Ms. Hamlin to inquire.
This log museum sits in the City, holding hundreds of artifacts and photographs relevant to the culture and history of our area. The museum also holds different events and fundraisers throughout the seasons, along with participating in the Leif Erikson Fall Festival. Museum memberships are available, proceeds of which help support the continued research and collection of what shapes how we live today; a profoundly important endeavor. At 105 O'Dill Road, the museum welcomes you on the right of US 2, heading east and entering Norway. Contact Museum Director Ms. Cris Hamlin at 906-563-5586 or email@example.com. Ms. Hamlin's office hours are on Mondays and Thursdays from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Visit their website at www.norwaymuseum.org.
$7.00 for an Annual Membership
$100.00 for a Lifetime Membership
Memberships as a gift are available.
Watch for more upcoming events hosted by the museum to appear on Norway's homepage Community Calendar...