Cass County Historical Society Museum
Cass County Historical Society Museum
Cass County Historical Society Museum
Cass County Historical Society Museum

Brown Bag Programs 2018

(All programs are usually held on the 2nd or 4th Tuesdays and begin at 12 noon. They are free and open to the public. Coffee and cookies are served.

April 24

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"George Lininger: The Man"

Speaker: Doug Lewis

Mr. Lewis has researched the life of George Lininger, who was instrumental in the establishment of the Nebraska Masonic Home in Plattsmouth. You might have read the recent article in the Omaha World Herald about the Lininger family Bible that recently made its way back to Nebraska. Mr. Lewis will talk a little about the Bible but also about the amazing man,George Lininger.

 

May 8

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Recent Acquisitions"

Speaker: Margo Prentiss

"New" items that relate to the history of Cass County are always being donated to the collection. The Museum Curator will show and talk about some of the items that have been donated recently.

 

June 12

 

 

 

 

"Remembering Merritt Beach"

In conjunction with the exhibit, we will show the interview conducted in 2013 with Kenneth Johnson and Lyle Wood about their experiences at Merritt Beach.

 

 

Douglas Duey giving a Brown Bag Luncheon program in 2013. Douglas Duey giving a Brown Bag Luncheon program in 2013.

Cass County Historical Society Museum
646 Main Street 
Plattsmouth, NE 68048
 
Phone: 402-296-4770

Email: ccohsm@windstream.net

Where to Find Us

Museum Hours & Admission

Winter Hours (November-March): 12pm to 4pm, Tuesday-Saturday; closed Sundays, Mondays, and major holidays.

 

Summer Hours (April-October): 12pm to 4pm, Tuesday-Sunday; closed Mondays and major holidays.

 

Admission is $2.50 for adults, free for museum members and children under the age of 12.

Current Exhibits

Our exhibits change regularly. Have a look at our current exhibits.

The Cass County Historical Society is also a part of RootsWeb.com (Ancestry.com). Click here to find us there.

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