Walls Talk 2018
Jul
21
7:00 PM19:00

Walls Talk 2018

Join the Siloam Springs Museum at 7:00 on July 21 for tours of the historic Butterfield Cabin, hors d'oeuvres, blacksmithing demonstrations, and more. Once the Strickler, Arkansas stop on the Butterfield Stage Line, the Butterfield Cabin now stands in West Siloam Springs and is available for your enjoyment at this event! Tickets are $50. Click here to book your spot by July 18!

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Museum Book Club: The Evening Spider
Apr
24
7:00 PM19:00

Museum Book Club: The Evening Spider

On April 24, the Museum Book Club will meet for dinner and discussion of The Evening Spider by Emily Aresenault at 7:00 at Birra-Vino's Pizzeria. The Evening Spider tells the story of a true 1800's murder mystery by linking the experiences of two mothers--one in the 19th century and one in the 21st century.

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Victorian Tea Party 2018
Mar
24
2:00 PM14:00

Victorian Tea Party 2018

On Saturday, March 24, the Siloam Springs Museum will hold its second Victorian Tea Party! Dress up in your best garb from the late 1800s and join us at the Courtyard Event Center for tea, dessert, and a sense of how Siloam Springs looked and felt in the late 19th century. Recommended for ages 8 and above. See last year's pictures by clicking here.

Adults: $25

Children 8-12: $15

Primavera Garden Club members: $15

Tickets available at the door.

The Siloam Springs Museum would like to thank our generous sponsors:

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2 Gals' Junk

Primavera Garden Club

Edibles by Zoe

The Courtyard Events Center

DJ Bear

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February Book Club: "An Edible History of Humanity" by Tom Standage
Feb
27
7:00 PM19:00

February Book Club: "An Edible History of Humanity" by Tom Standage

  • 209 East University Street Siloam Springs, AR, 72761 United States (map)
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The Siloam Springs Museum's Book Club will read An Edible History of Humanity by Tom Standage, then meet for a potluck style dinner and discussion at 7:00 on February 27 at 209 E University Street. Anyone can attend for FREE! Bring your favorite dish! 

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Book Club Road Trip
Feb
24
8:00 AM08:00

Book Club Road Trip

NO CHARGE; ONLY RSVP

On February 24, we will carpool to Pawhuska, OK to geographically connect ourselves to the story told in Killers of the Flower Moon. To RSVP, send an email with the subject, "Book Club Road Trip," to chuck@siloamspringsmuseum.com. Please let us know if you are willing to be a driver and how many people your vehicle can carry.

We will meet at the Siloam Springs Museum at 8:00 AM on February 24.

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Museum Book Club
Aug
22
7:00 PM19:00

Museum Book Club

August: Historical Fiction - “Pope Joan: A Novel” by Donna Woolfolk Cross

For a thousand years, her existence has been denied. She is the legend that will not die–-Pope Joan, the ninth-century woman who disguised herself as a man and rose to become the only female ever to sit on the throne of St. Peter. Now in this riveting international bestseller, Cross brings the Middle Ages to life and paints a sweeping portrait of an unforgettable heroine who struggles against restrictions her soul cannot accept. 

Join us for discussion on August 22 at Birra-Vino's Pizza.

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Walks Through History: Walking Tour
Aug
12
11:00 AM11:00

Walks Through History: Walking Tour

Join the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program, Main Street Siloam, and the Siloam Springs Museum for a walking tour of historic sites in downtown Siloam Springs! Meet tour guide Mark Christ in front of the Crown Hotel (Originally called the Lakeside Hotel) at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, August 12. 

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Museum Book Club
Jul
25
7:00 PM19:00

Museum Book Club

July: Biography - “The River of Doubt: Theodore Roosevelt’s Darkest Journey” by Candice Millard

In a gripping account, Millard focuses on an episode in Teddy Roosevelt's search for adventure that nearly came to a disastrous end. A South American trip that evolved into an ill-prepared journey down an unexplored tributary of the Amazon, the explorers were hampered by the failure to pack enough supplies, the absence of canoes sturdy enough for the river's rapids, an injury Roosevelt sustained which became infected with flesh-eating bacteria, as well as the cannibalistic indigenous tribe that stalked the explorers.

Join us on July 25 at 7pm for discussion!

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Budding Bubble Blowers
Jul
8
9:00 AM09:00

Budding Bubble Blowers

Join the Siloam Springs Museum as we explore and connect the past to the present through fun, educational hands-on activities during Kids' Day at the Siloam Springs Farmers Market. This next activity has us bubbling over with excitement!

On July 8, discover the history of bubble blowing - when was it that children started playing with bubbles? Then create some massive bubbles using our wands and bubble solution!

Activities and themes will vary each Kids' Day, which will occur every second Saturday May through September.

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