Mennonite heritage & Agricultural
Museum is an independent, non-profit organization that depends
almost entirely on the financial gifts of its friends and
supporters. Monies are raised through a variety of ways,
include free admission to the museum and a 10% discount on all
items in the museum store.
including a heritage Dinner in the spring, an annual quilt
show and a car show, and Country Threshing Days, held the
first weekend in August each year.
Special projects. Six of the museum's eight
building are 100 years old and older requiring continual
maintenance. Our current special project is reroofing
the century-old Friesen House; additional funds are still
needed before work can begin on this project.