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Museum Hours:
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 11am to 4pm. Also during festivals
and by appointment.
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Winter Program and
Pitch-In Dinner
January 22, 2015 @ 6PM
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  Welcome



Dear Friends, 2015 is upon us and the historical society is planning for another great year. 2014 was a successful year because of the support we receive from you, our sponsors and members. Due to your generous donations and volunteer hours, the Jennings County Historical Society was able to host a very successful Sassafras Tea Festival, Home and Garden Tour and Hector's Haunted Happenings. We were also able to provide tours to hundreds of elementary school children throughout the year. These donations also allow the museum to stay open year round for three days a week for local patrons and out of town visitors to enjoy. Without your support,much history preservation of our community would be lost.

The Next Monthly Meeting will be held at the Jennings County Historical Society on February 26th, 2015 at 12pm. Please plan to attend and hear what is coming up for the museum and to contribute your ideas!

January 22nd - Thursday, 6:00 PM - Winter Program and Pitch-In Dinner
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image Annual Pitch In Dinner and Guest Speaker - The Jennings County Historical Society's annual pitch-in dinner and history presentation event will be held on January 22nd, 2015 at 6:00pm at the museum. Please bring a covered dish.

Meat, table service, and drinks will be provided.

This year's guest speaker will be Bob Malcomb. Mr. Malcomb will be in costume as Prince Madoc, the leader of a band of sailors that settled in the local area in 1170 AD. Legend has it that some Welsh Vikings settled in the area along the Ohio River between Louisville and Madison, possibly even in Deputy, Indiana. Mr. Malcomb will tell their story.

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