The Starke County Historical Society is hosting its annual “Old Fashioned Ice Cream Social” Sunday afternoon, July 3, at the new Starke County History Center at 1520 South Heaton Street. That’s just north of the Lutheran Church on U.S. 35, on the south edge of Knox. Continue reading
Plans are being finalized for this weekend’s North Judson Mint Festival. Continue reading
Celebrate the Independence Day weekend with the annual Starke County Historical Society Ice Cream Social. It will take place Sunday, July 6 from 1 until 3 p.m. at the museum on Main Street in Knox. Collectors of historic items are urged to bring them along to share them with friends and neighbors. In the past, antique cars, motorcycles, trucks, tractors, fire engines, arrowheads, firearms, military vehicles, native wood turnings, fishing lures and dolls have been on display. Continue reading
The Starke County Historical Society Museum celebrated their 40 year anniversary yesterday. On June 27, 1974 a group of citizens concerned about the preservation of history in the community joined together and began the Historical Society.
The Starke County Historical Society’s Ice Cream Social event is approaching and the society is gearing up to host hundreds of people searching for a relaxing time to enjoy ice cream and look at a number of outside exhibits including old cars, tractors, arrowhead collections and a variety of other exhibits.
The annual Starke County Museum Ice Cream Social was held yesterday. Scores of people enjoyed the refreshments, toured the museum and listened to music.
Suzi Syznalski and her daughter, Nicki Mourer, entertained those in attendance with dulcimer music.
The annual summer Old Fashioned Ice Cream Social at the Starke County Museum is set for Sunday, July 3rd from 1:00-3:00 p.m. CT. Members of the Starke County Historical Society will be hosting the event.
The event provides a good opportunity to see all three floors of the museum’s exhibits and displays as well as the special exhibits on display outside in the yard.