November 5th at 7:00 pm, join us for a murder mystery evening at the museum! Be part of solving this mystery.
Clarion, Iowa – May 3, 1888: Clarion’s Opera House (in the Heartland Museum) is proud to present the midwest’s most popular traveling singing troupe, the Ford Entertainment Company. They have added Clarion to their tour for May 20-23. The well-known songstress, Jesse Leland, along with a new singer, Belle Ringer, will provide the audiences with modern songs and several old favorites.
Jesse Leland hails from Sioux Falls and has a strong following of fans. This trip will be thru three towns, including the Clarion Opera House. We will keep you informed as to all the exciting activities going on throughout the county in the next few weeks! Be sure to save the date on your calendar.
Don't miss this - September 24. Museum open 10-4; meet and greet 1-4.
Special admission price for adults, $10. Children ages 6-18 are $6, children under 6 are free.
*Dale Feller and his collection of handmade wooden carvings. Over 140 beautiful items to see.
*Author Myron Williams, formerly from Iowa Falls. “Ol’ Doc’s Cornfield Chronicles featuring Snowball Pony from Hell” available to purchase. Great stories of growing up in Iowa!
*Mary Tesdahl, the story of Alvina Sellers, try on a hat for a photo.
*Actors from “Murder Mystery at the Museum” November 5th, get a sneak preview of the entertainment for that evening.
*Maurice Riley, former Chief of the Fire Department will show you the original Clarion fire bell and more.
*Veteran for the Military Display, kids can try on a military hat for a photo.
*Sonna Johnson, 1850’s Medicine Woman. Learn about remedies from the 1800's.
And there may be more! Plan to attend, you won't want to miss the chance to see so many guests and hear so many stories!