There are all kinds of the unique items being sold at the Museum Store this holiday season. Here are just some of the interesting finds: Dolls The dolls were made by Gloria Montes, and each is priced at $20 Glass and porcelain nativity sets Below is an example of beautiful ... Read More about Interesting finds at the Museum Store
The current year, 2020, is the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment which granted voting rights to women throughout the United States. To highlight that achievement, the 2020 SHS Newsletters will include articles about women who “made history” in Sunnyvale. Springfield, Illinois claims Abraham ... Read More about “Aunt Ida” – First City of Sunnyvale Employee
Just because we cannot currently welcome visitors to the museum doesn’t mean the wheels stop turning in the meantime! Laura Babcock, Museum Director; Janice Havey, Collections; and Dixie Larsen, Board President, regularly show up to do a general check-up on the building (are there any critters ... Read More about We’re prepared!
Board Treasurer Allan Smirni submitted a preliminary financial report for the time period of January through November, 2020, which reflects the impact the pandemic has had on the society’s budget. A full report of the financial year 2019-20 will be presented at the next General Meeting, whenever we ... Read More about Financial Report 2020
While the museum itself is still closed (with a tentative opening date planned for January), there is good news for your Holiday shopping plans: the Museum Store will open with a limited schedule beginning November 5th! See details about hours and COVID protocol below. This is a unique ... Read More about Museum Store Open for Holiday Shopping