As the weather begins to warm, so too are the happenings of the museum! 
We are excited to announce that volunteers will be available if you wish to view the museum beginning June 3!

Summer 2017 Docent Schedule
Docents on call daily 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm (except mondays)

Tuesdays:     Glenda Nelson
Wednesdays:     Michael & Brenda Garriott
Thursdays:     Gail Froeschl
Fridays:     Please contact sub from below
Saturdays/Sundays:     Dobey Haws or a sub from below

Subs

Donna Landis
Becki Libhart
Doris Erickson
Liz Huettner

Contact information will be listed on front door to museum
Please contact Dobey @ 402.450.3724 to volunteer or make an appointment


SUMMER EVENTS AT THE MUSEUM

June 3:     BRAN (Bike Ride Across Nebraska)
June 24/25:     Falls City High School Alumni Reunion
July 7/8:     Lemonade Days/Smokin' on the Bricks
July 9:     Falls City Sacred Heart Alumni Reunion
August 21:     Dine in the Dark (total solar eclipse)
August 25/28:     Cobblestone Days/ NE 150 - FC 160


SUMMER EXHIBIT AT THE FALTER MUSEUM

Left Behind, Mountains Ahead

Oil on canvas
1980
34½ x 48½”
Gift of Cliff Notes to MONA (Museum of Nebraska Art)


ITEMS FOR SALE

"America through the Brush of John Philip Falter: A collection of his 129 SEP covers." A unique and beautiful 6" X 9" limited edition book of John's 129 Saturday Evening covers is available to Falter Fans for a $125 or more donation to the museum.  This price includes shipping and handling, and your donation is 100% tax deductible.

"America through the Brush of John Philip Falter: A collection of his 129 SEP covers."

A unique and beautiful 6" X 9" limited edition book of John's 129 Saturday Evening covers is available to Falter Fans for a $125 or more donation to the museum.  This price includes shipping and handling, and your donation is 100% tax deductible.

"Confrontation" by John Philip Falter Museum A Giclee print which includes an authentic letter from John.


"Confrontation" by John Philip Falter Museum

A Giclee print which includes an authentic letter from John.

CLICK ON EITHER IMAGE TO LEARN MORE!


PEE WEE ERWIN TRIBUTE #2

On Sunday evening, May 28, a group of enthusiastic jazz fans returned to the Harkendorff Event Center for the second---and hopefully annual---tribute to native son and renowned trumpet player, Pee Wee Erwin!  Back by popular demand was the very talented quartet from Lincoln and Omaha which was led by another native son and trumpeter, Mike Brownson.  These four guys had the 75 plus music lovers bouncing in their seats for over two hours to several old favorites made popular back in the big band era.

Many thanks to everyone who joined in the fun: the quartet (Mike, John, Jim and John), Wooden Spoon Catering, Natural Designs (decor by Debbie Palmer), Would Eye (Eric and bartender Cory), and Pam and Mark for sharing their awesome venue with us.

And remember, "It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing!"

Here's to a wonderful summer for all!

Dobey

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