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Posted:  May 18, 2017

There seems to be a “day” for everything – April alone includes National Jelly Bean Day (April 22), National Mustache Day (April 9) and Talk like Shakespeare Day (April 23). Today, May 18 marks National Museum Day. So go celebrate by visiting a museum or even going to their website to check out some amazing […]

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Posted:  April 6, 2017

Check out the Sycamore History Museum’s new Kid Historian video. The movie is a great way to promote our new exhibit “Adventures to and From Sycamore,” and it shows how history can be both fun and exciting! Please help us spread the word. View the video above and then click on the paper airplane in […]

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Posted:  March 22, 2017

Don’t wait! The Sycamore History Museum’s current exhibit “Faces of Sycamore” will be closed on Saturday, April 1. This award winning exhibit features the stories of over 50 people who have made a difference in Sycamore’s history. Men, women, young and old are all represented in this engaging story connected to Sycamore’s history.

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Posted:  February 22, 2017

Thank you to everyone who made our Winter Fundraiser a success! We had a great turnout, a wonderful performance, and countless people who helped behind the scenes that made this a special evening. A special thank you to our sponsors: Banner Up, First Midwest Bank, Hy-Vee, IDEAL Industries, and the Neighborhood Bakery, And another thank you to our silent […]

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Posted:  February 10, 2017

Love local history, enjoy hearing interesting stories, appreciate looking at items that have unique connection to the past? Then the Sycamore History Museum is the place for you – with our award winning exhibits, programs, and thousands of artifacts being preserved for the future, we take our job very seriously. However, it is not cheap to do this type of work. Now is your chance to enjoy a fun evening out and support the Sycamore History Museum!

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