Check out all the events happening at the Museum this month! For hundreds of years, the Native Peoples throughout Utah have harvested many food items such as cattails, wild onion, cactus, milkweed, chokecherries, pine nuts, and sego lily and camas bulbs. Join us this Saturday, October 8, from 10am-3pm at the Museum to learn about harvesting native plants! Children can participate in fun activities and get special treats! Join us for our October Back-in-Time Children’s Activity to trick-or-treat through the museum! Wear your costume and learn about Hyrum’s local haunts and their ghostly connections. October 18, 19, & 20 at 1pm each day. Call, email, or drop-by the Museum to sign-up. Enter our monthly coloring contest! Bring your submission to the Museum, mail it (50 West Main, Hyrum, UT 84319), or email it email@example.com. The museum will be closed October 25 – 27 so museum staff can attend the Utah Museums Association Conference. The museum will re-open on Tuesday, November 1, at 10am. We apologize for any inconvenience. Save the dates for Free Family Movie Nights at Elite Hall, happening the first Friday of the month November – March. Elite Hall is now open for free public walking Monday through Friday mornings from 7-10am. Children must be supervised at all times and please no food or drink (other than water). October is Utah Archives Month and this year’s theme is water! Check out http://utaharchivesmonth.org for dedicated water content including online exhibits and resources for research. Follow along with the Utah Division of Archives and Records Service on social media with the hashtag #UtahArchivesMonth. Categories: Events Tags: Back in TimeHyrum City MuseumHyrum HistorySecond Saturday 0 Comments Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Name * Email * Website What's on your mind?