Our "New" Johnny Appleseed Tree
Today, volunteers Sara and John Stegemoller planted a cutting from a tree that was verified to have been planted by John Chapman (Johnny Appleseed). The cutting was gifted to the Warren County Historical Society by a generous patron and was planted near the Beedle Log Cabin.
New Life to an Old Lantern
This beautiful lantern, which now hangs in the front portico of Harmon Museum, is the product of the hard work of the Doan Family. Assistant Executive Director, Jeanne Doan, found a broken antique lantern in a box. took it home, and her family brought it back to life!
I’m so excited to tell you that the children's book my friends, at the museum, wrote about me is available now!
Full of richly colored images, Finnegan and his Magical Tale follows everyone's favorite fluffy museum greeter (that’s me) as I take a group of children on a tour of Harmon Museum!
Whimsically written by Donna Summers and beautifully illustrated by Emma Horne, it’s furry fun for kids AND adults!
You can buy my book at the Museum Shop inside Harmon Museum, Come say hi while you're here!
-Finnegan (Harmon Museum's Official Greeter)
Nathaniel Grauwelman as well as various staff and volunteer writers.
Wchs Office/Harmon Museum
Tues - Sat: 10am - 4pm
1795 BEEDLE cABIN
Phone for hours