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

Special Events 2020

Sept. 11-12

10am-4pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Annual Pie Sale

   Even though there is no Festival this year, we will still have our annual pie sale with a few changes:

   Only whole pies will be sold.

   If you cannot come to the museum, but live within 3 miles of the museum, we will have volunteers available those days to deliver.

   For delivery, call on pie sale days, Sandra Allgeier at 402-298-1398 or Diane Berlett at 402-297-9223. Pies will be $12 if picked up and $14 if delivered. 

   We need volunteers to bake pies, to work the days of the sale and to deliver.

   If you would like to volunteer, call Sandra Allgeier (home 402-296-2249, cell 402-298-1398) or Diane Berlett (home 402-298-8484, cell 402-297-9223).

   If you do not want to bake or purchase a pie, please consider making a donation to the museum.

   The pie sale is our major fund raiser every Fall. Donations may be mailed to  Cass County Museum, 646 Main, Plattsmouth. We will mail you a thank you and a receipt.

 

Jill Lokke demonstrates spinning at the 2018 Living History Day event.
Marthena DeGarmo demonstrates basket making at the 2018 Living History Day.
Family plays "Stake a Homestead."

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.

You can find ancestry information on NEGenWeb

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