Exhibits and collections at the Lawrence County Museum of History are dedicated to engage, inspire, inform, entertain and preserve objects of lasting interest for future generations to enjoy.
The World of Discovery is a free hands-on Saturday afternoon ( 2-5 p.m.) program for children ages 4 to 12. It is a fun-filled children’s program sponsored by Duke Energy and the Lawrence County History Museum. Every week is a little different, so you’ll want to come often! The director is Penny May.
Current and Upcoming Events
- May 12: Tina Jernigan: "T.C. Steele: His Life and Legacy." 7 p.m.—second Monday of the month. (The speaker program begins after the 6:30 business meeting.)
- Brain Games 2014—This annual competition is the museum's major fundraising activity. It is a team-based, head-to-head competition. If you like Jeopardy on television, you will enjoy the Brain Games—Four nights: May 6, 8, 13, 15 at The Little Theatre of Bedford. Volunteer to be a sponsor or a team player. Click for details.
- Think green for spring—Artifacts that are green in color are shown in this display. The oldest item in this eclectic collection is dated 1824 and is currently displayed in the first-floor gallery.
- Take me out to the ball game. First-floor gallery has an exhibit on Bedford's big league baseball players: Yank Terry and Bill Rariden. .
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