It’s Garage Sale Time…Again!!
Date & Times:
August 16th (9 am to 5 pm)
August 17th (9 am to 3 pm)
Pletcher Motor Company
1101 W. Pike St. near
Intersection with Indiana Ave.
Donated clean items can be delivered to the Pletcher Motor Company between 8 am and 5 pm Mondays through Fridays. Sorry, we cannot accept clothing items.
If you have items to donate or questions, contact
the museum at 574-975-0033 or gro.l1566054756aciro1566054756tsihn1566054756ehsog1566054756@mues1566054756um li1566054756ame1566054756
Be sure to spread the news about this large sale to your friends, neighbors and relatives. We are bound to have something for sale that will appeal to almost everyone.
You never know what will be donated by the middle of August and it may be useful, collectible or rare (or all three)…. So put the dates on your calendar and donate some items and then come by the sale to check out the merchandise.
All sale proceeds go toward the operational expenses of the
Goshen Historical Society Museum.
Tours sponsored by Goshen Historical Society.
If you are interested in participating in any of these tours please call the museum at 574-975-0033 or send email to gro.l1566054756airot1566054756sihne1566054756hsog@1566054756muesu1566054756m1566054756 Please give your name, phone number and the tour name.
Courthouse – The last Wednesday of each month from July through October. (Limited to 8 persons per date) Meet tour guide in lobby at 10:00 am located at the security checkpoint on west side of the Courthouse.
Downtown Goshen – July 24 and August 21 (Limited to 12 persons per date) Meet at Goshen Historical Society Museum
Millrace Walk – Tour is October 5 (Limited to 14 persons) Meet at the power house on West Washington Street and be transported to the millrace head gates. Walking tour will conclude at the power house.
Goshen Historical was involved in the Oct 31 downtown Trick & Treat. Our masked members handing out candy are Doris & Larry Cripe. We had goblins, ghosts, princesses, angels and many more dressed up children that came in for trick & treating.
Visit the Quilt Garden on the Courthouse Lawn planted and maintained by the Goshen Historical Society.
Who are they…What is their story?
A Behinds the Scenes Peek at the Goshen Historical Society
Wednesday, February 21st, 1:30 PM
Greencroft Community Center