Hazelwood’s 4th Book in the Perry County Fiction Series to Premiere at Our Site!

Join us at the Lutheran Heritage Center, Saturday, April 22 for the premiere of Ann Hazelwood’s 4th book in the Perry County series.  The next installment of this extraordinary series is hot off the press and will be available for purchase at the museum.  Come by and meet our esteemed author, join us for High … More Hazelwood’s 4th Book in the Perry County Fiction Series to Premiere at Our Site!

Fun with Flags

Every museum director should be blessed with a retired engineer on staff.  Lynn Degenhardt has made development dream after development dream come true for our site.  Today we completed the flag gallery exhibition in honor of our research library founder, Ken F. Craft.  Ken purchased 24 beautiful silk exhibit quality flags in 2014 to represent … More Fun with Flags

Hilpert-Zschoche Family Gathering & Exhibit Opening

We had a wonderful time with the Zschoche-Hilpert family.  On Saturday, we opened the biographical exhibit of their family story that derived in Frohna, MO. (See Warren Schmidt’s previous blog on the family history). We are happy to have this incredible family as supporters of our site.  John Hilpert will be joining our docent team, … More Hilpert-Zschoche Family Gathering & Exhibit Opening

All the Best Super Heroes have Capes

Our museum friend, Darlene Burt sent us the Playmobile toy company Martin Luther character in celebration of the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation.  Her daughter works in a toy store in Seattle.  Note Luther’s little German script Old and New Testaments and his writing quill-so appropriate for this great scholar who wrote voraciously.  My favorite … More All the Best Super Heroes have Capes

Merry Christmas

For our friends far and wide, here are some photographs of the beautiful Lutheran Heritage Center landscape on this Christmas Eve.  “All is calm, all is bright.”