2016 Highway 36 Quilt Trail
Glenda’s Sewing talks about this summer’s barn-themed quilt trail
Savannah is a member of the Missouri Highway 36 Heritage Alliance
Sat., Feb., 27th FREE program
for program information call 816-324-4720
ADA accessible museum and parking lot. Wheelchair available.
|HOURS OF OPERATION
Saturday, 27th at 2pm
Glenda's Sewing shows us the Highway 36 Quilt Trail
across the Show Me state
Learn of the nationally known Quilt Trail, this year's theme is Barns
Special Smithsonian Day Live! FREE DAY
Saturday, March 12
Celebrating women’s history and women of color
From slavery to civil rights
Guest Speaker: Ladawndra Robb at 2pm
MUSEUM MONDAY: Just for the children
Lewis & Clark – Mar. 14
50-minute educational sessions for 3rd to 6th grades
Pre-registration required, email@example.com
Call 816-324-4720 for prices / program information
HEALING EFFECTS OF ANIMALS
Domesti-PUPS; Therapy Dogs
Saturday, March 26 at 11am.
Non-profit organization assisting people through the connection with dogs
*note: dogs present, take into consideration sensitivity to animal fur
Donations accepted for this Therapy Dogs presentation
For information on events please call the Museum 816-324-4720
Andrew County Museum is closed on the following holidays
New Year's Day
Martin Luther King Day
|202 East Duncan Drive
Savannah, Missouri 64485
Limited time programs!
Interactive history programs designed especially for elementary ages.
Interactive, fun-filled 50-minute programs presented in the museum.
Programs are developmentally, age-appropriate for 3rd to 6th grades.
February 8th, George Washington
March 14th, Lewis & Clark
Pre-registration required. Maximum 50 students per session.
Curriculum created and presented by Kathy Ridge, BA, BS.
Call 816-324-4720 for prices, registration, and program times.
Our updated website will be available in January 2016
Please use our new email addresses to contact us:
General Info & Volunteering: firstname.lastname@example.org
Education & Events: email@example.com
Genealogy Department: firstname.lastname@example.org
Artifact Donations: email@example.com
Mission Statement: Engage visitors in learning about the county’s past, to understand and appreciate a rural way of life. The Museum does this by collecting, preserving, researching and interpreting the history of Andrew County – its families, farms, towns, social life, and community spirit – through dynamic exhibits, programs, publications and events.
Celebrating the Story of Rural America
Become an Andrew County Museum Volunteer
Do you enjoy history?
Farms and museums?
Meeting new people?
We invite you to join our team of volunteers!
Contact us to learn more 816-324-4720