The Museum belongs to all who support our Mission: to preserve our history, interpret our history, pass on our heritage, educate our children and maintain our archives.  Thanks to community support the Sarpy County Museum is able support a research library and archives preserving Sarpy County heritage.

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Full parking lot and a good crowd this afternoon as we were joined by Lisa Spearman for our quilting demonstration program. The last free quilting demo program of the Great Sarpy County Quilt Exhibit will be Saturday, August 9th at 1 p.m. ... See MoreSee Less

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One week from today, at noon on Saturday, August 2nd - The museum's fundraiser luncheon, hosted at Bellevue University.

Tickets are $20 and proceeds support the museum, a 501c3.

You'll also have a chance to win some great gift baskets too!

RSVP your spot at (402) 292-1880
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Stamps have always been a great way to explore and remember our past. In this case, the purple stamp might look familiar. It's the Nebraska Territorial Commemorative stamp, issued in 1954. And believe it or not, there are several other stamps with a Nebraska connection.

Do you have a favorite U.S. stamp? (3 photos)
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Gift certificates galore!

Oil changes from Todd Archer Hyundai, a meal on the house at The Egg & I in Bellevue, and something nice from Elder Jewelry. All yours at the museum's "through the years" fundraiser luncheon on August 2nd.

Tickets are $20. RSVP your seat at the table today! (3 photos)
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Quilt Show Demonstrations

More than 105 quilts will be on display at the museum until August 16. Don’t miss the opportunity to see these beautiful pieces of artwork created by or owned by local residents. 

Volunteer Opportunities
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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