The projector is running and we are set for the Saturday, February 29, 2020 lecture on the Brose family home located south of Hansen. Shauna will talk about Robert Brose's involvement in the Rock Creek community and the cement home he built in 1905 that still stands today.
You can watch the video at https://youtu.be/5m80OPF4h2k
Guest speakers at the museum in the month of March are:
March 7 - Brian Olmstead with the Twin Falls Canal Company
March 14 - Ron James on Chinese influence in the area
March 21 - Author Kelly Jones with her works of fiction and Jim Jones, former Idaho Attorney General author of "A Little Dam Problem."
March 28 - Dave Heidemann returns with a talk about vintage fishing gear.
Flashlights, knives, tools, cutlery and roller skates were just a few of the items Dave Heidemann talked about on the 22nd. He will back again March 28 with a presentation on vintage fishing equipment.
Our winter lecture series is garnering some enthusiasm and this weeks presenter will be Dave Heidemann, former TF Police Officer. Dave is interested in all things Winchester and will be sharing his knowledge of Winchester collectibles with us on February 22 at 1 o'clock. This is the first of Dave's presentations, the second is March 28th where he will talk about vintage fishing gear.
Fun day with Karen Hirai Olen on the 15th. Karen went to the Union School as her family farmed in the area. She was born in the Minidoka Relocation Camp, but the family was released before she was two years old, so she doesn't have a lot of actual memories of the camp. Her parents didn't speak about much, at least to the children, so Karen and her siblings were insulated from much of the experience.