Celebrate the Season at the Starke County Museum

Schricker Living Room Tree
This traditional Christmas tree is in the Schricker living room at the Starke County Museum.

The home of former Indiana Governor Henry F. Schricker is ready for the Christmas season. A “memory tree” is at the front door on the outside, and the old fashioned Christmas tree stands fully decorated the the Schricker living room.

The Starke County Museum, which is housed in the home, will be open at 1 p.m. Sunday, Dec.7th. to observe the Christmas holiday. Hot cider and cookies will be served. Visitors will also have time to make a short visit to all three floors and see the exhibits of Starke County history.

Historical Society treeAt 2 p.m. the annual music program begins with a presentation by the Starke County Choralaires, followed special music by the Eagle Creek Church Music Team and a Christmas carol “sing-a-long.”