Second Saturday Open House at The History Museum

Second Saturday Open House at The History Museum

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2nd Saturday Community Event
November 9th, 2019 noon – 5:00 pm

CHRISTMAS ON THE KEYS with Melissa Smith, pianist
GIFT SHOP HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE with complimentary refreshments
LECTURE SERIES: GROWING UP WITH RUSSELL featuring author John Stephenson-Love


What: Enjoy live music, a holiday open house in our diverse gift shop and a presentation by local author John Stephenson-Love on Saturday, November 9, 2019 at The History Museum! Get into the holiday spirit with Melissa Smith who will be playing our beautifully restored 1925 Chickering grand piano in the Ozark Room. Smith is an accomplished pianist who will be performing popular holiday music beginning at 12:30 pm in the third and final series of concerts on our Second Saturdays at the museum. Afterwards snag an extra 10% off of sale items and enjoy complimentary refreshments in our gift shop while finding the perfect “Montana” gift at our Holiday Open House. Start your holiday shopping in our gift & book shop that features one of the largest selections of regional history books in the state and offers unique one-of-a-kind items. At 3 pm join author John Stephenson-Love and learn more about his exciting experiences, “Growing Up with Russell,” captured in his newest publication. Purchase a signed copy of this limited edition book while you are here!

When/Where: The History Museum will be open from noon until 5 pm. Concert begins at 12:30 pm. Lecture series with John Stephenson-Love will begin at 3:00 pm. Gift Shop Open House is from noon until 5 pm.

Cost: Admission to all events is free. Donations are always welcome.


Contact: 406-452-3462 for more information

Tags: local events, christmas music book signing

Posted By: The History Museum



Event Details

Date: November 9, 2019
Time: 12:00pm - 5:00pm

Location:
The History Museum
422 2nd Street S
Great Falls MT 59405

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Contact:
Kristi Scott
406-452-3462
info@thehistorymuseum.org


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More About this Event Poster: The History Museum

Located near the Missouri River along historic Machinery Row, The History Museum makes its home in the old International Harvester building. Built in 1929, the structure housed the implement dealership for thirty years until Northern School Supply purchased it in 1959. The Cascade County Historical Society acquired the building in 1998 to house its museum, archives, collection and gift shop.

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