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Old cup or priceless chalice? There's only one way to find out (unless you're willing to drink from it) and that's to come to "Rags or Riches," our antiques roadshow style event at the museum this Saturday, April 27th 2-4p.m.

We'll have local experts, including a jeweler, coin specialist, antique, and collectible dealers on hand to evaluate your curiosities. Each item is $1 per evaluation. Proceeds support the museum, a 501c3 non profit.

See you Saturday!
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Today we welcomed the 4th graders of Leonard Lawrence Elementary to the museum as they spent the morning learning about their local Nebraska history.

Did you know the school's namesake was involved in the Bellevue Bridge? (2 photos)
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Anyone remember table top payphones?

Be sure to mark your calendars for Sunday, April 27th from 2-4 p.m. It's our "Rags or Riches" antiques roadshow style event!

We'll be joined by several local experts who for just $1 per item will evaluate your potential treasure or trash. Time to go hunting in that basement, attic, or closet and find something good to share!

It just might turnout that you can retire after finding out the details of that table top payphone!
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Throwback Thursday: A photograph of a group of people walking through Mormon Hollow in about 1932. It looks very different than it does today. #tbt

6 days ago

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Volunteers are the backbone of the Sarpy County Museum. We are currently looking for new volunteers who are interested in keeping history alive. A variety of tasks to best suit your talents and interests are available. Your time commitment is completely negotiable. For more information, contact the Museum at (402) 292-1880 or info@sarpycountymuseum.org.

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