The Jake Menghini Museum
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Hours of operation: Memorial Day thru late September --- Fri, Sat, Sun 1- 4 pm Daily fee: Adults - $5.00; Children through high school - free How to find us: We are located in Norway, Michigan, 100 miles north of Green Bay, 45 miles west of Escanaba, and 10 miles east of Iron Mountain. More info and map on Location page.  Contact info: (906) 563-5586 Jake Menghini Historical Museum P.O. Box 99 Norway MI 49870 Museum Director Cris Hamlin is available Mon-Tues 10am to 4pm; Please call her at the number above with any questions, or to schedule an  appointment, You can also e-mail Cris at .
Membership We invite our visitors to consider becoming members  of the Jake Menghini Museum Foundation; $10  / yr, $100 Lifetime PLEASE NOTE ... We continue to add new features and information to this website.  Please come back often to watch it grow! If you have questions or comments, please e-mail us at:
Three WWII veteran interview excerpts from our newsletter; CLICK HERE.  More on our News & Notes page!
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Scenes from “Old Norway” displays in & around our museum
2018 Craft Sale Poster
Click to enlarge poster   The Jake Menghini Museum is pleased to announce their fourth Craft and Vendor Show. The fundraiser will be held at the Norway Legion Hall, 621 Main Street in Norway, on Saturday, March 24, 2018 from nine a.m. until three p.m. As is the tradition, the museum will again be hosting this show/sale on Palm Sunday Saturday. During this one day show there will be many crafters and vendors who will have top quality items for your spring events.  Admission to the show is only $1.00, with children under 12 free.   This is a fundraiser for the Jake Menghini Museum which is located on O’Dill Road in Norway. The Jake Menghini Museum contains archived items from the Norway, Vulcan, Waucedah, and Faithorn areas. It is open for tours from June until the end of September. The museum invites all area crafters and vendors to join them in participating in this event.  The cost for a vendor/crafter space is $25.00 for a space 8 feet by 5 feet with a table and two chairs.  Please contact the Museum at 906-563-5586, or via e-mail at, or check the City of Norway home page to find out more information or to sign up for the craft and vendor show.   The Norway High School class of 2018 will be serving lunch and having a bake sale to raise funds for their all-night graduation party.  Crafters and vendors have already begun signing up for this event including Kathy Kuczek, who is an artist, author and illustrator. Ms. Kuczek will have her artwork and copies of her book ’Hamsters After Dark’ available for sale at the show.   CLICK PHOTO OF KATHY KUCZEK TO ENLARGE
Bill Jamerson, Storyteller
          Sunday March 11, 2pm Evangelical Covenant Church   “Civilian Conservation Corps”