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 - $3.00; 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 jakeslemusee@gmail.com .
Membership We invite our visitors to consider becoming members  of the Jake Menghini Museum Foundation; $7 / 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: jakeslemusee@gmail.com
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
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Opening Weekend - June 2, 3, 4    Opening weekend for the Jake Menghini Museum will be June 2, 3, and 4, 2017 the museum invites you to join us to begin our season of remembering the 1950’s. We have set up our center display in furniture and accessories of that era.  The museum is open for tours from June until the end of September.  To schedule a family reunion tour, class reunion tour, or any private tour please contact the museum and we will work with you to schedule your tour. This Year’s Featured Display - Back to the ‘50s   “That’s my gradma’s kitchen table!”   A member of our board made this remark when he first saw our 2017 summer display.  Welcome back to the 1950s.  Our main display in the center of the museum is featuring a kitchen and living room.  Fun memories will touch your heart as look at the furniture and clothing from that era.  We can picture the families sitting all together at the kitchen table have dinner together, the chairs were so comfy, but look how narrow the table seemed. The living room and toy display bring back happy times of when we all watched the black and white TV and maybe had the bowl of popcorn. Board games were played by the entire family. The Anderson family had created a baseball game that many residents of the Norway-Vulcan area enjoyed playing at night you will see that on the floor in the living room.   Be sure to look in the dressmaker shop, you may find Elvis is in the building. The shop is loaded with clothing that will bring back memories to all of you. As always, the rest of the main building has interesting displays and fun items to check out. Don’t forget to stop in the Odill home, the décor dates back to the 1800’s. With the ‘pop room’ featuring logging, mining, pop-making and the former medical doctors and hospitals of Norway.   We are open: Every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday during June, July, August, and September, for guided tours, between the hours of 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
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