Where the Present Meets the Past

Art/Craft Fair and Antique Tractor Show


Thanks from LGHS

Thanks to everyone who came to visit the Art/Craft Fair and Tractor Saturday and today at the Historical Society grounds. We also appreciate the the volunteers who helped make the 16th show a success.   Next on our Agenda is Vintage day at the Society grounds. Also the museum and buildings representing the past Liberty Grove development from the 1860s to today will be open on August 12.

Check back for the winners at the Tractor Show in a couple days. 

(Photos courtesy of Door Country North) 

LGHS Museum
The Museum is open from 10 to 3 p.m.
       on days that include Vintage Days, 
Art Fair and Tractor Show. 
        See the schedule on the left side of this page.
Many new items have been added at the
Museum and displays have been added.
New Projects

The Picker's Shack
The Granary
The Pine Cottage

Picker's Shack

 LGHS Collections Inventory Project has
begun at the Picker's Shack located on the
grounds. Volunteers Nancy Kurtz, Karen Board Moran,
and Carolyn and Don Payne begin cleanup and inventory procedure.
(To help with inventory work contact Karen at 520-730-0436)

Picker's Shack

Inside view of the picker's shack 

Granary Project

Teamwork emptying the Granary Project

Shown: Joshua Beard, Dave Westen, Gary Kurtz, Lon Kopitzki, Don Overby, Karen Board Moran

Not shown: Nancy Kurtz, Diane Board, Lynda Sanford, Linda Wilkinson


Buy a brick for your veteran


Go on the Spirit Walk with presenters 
reinacting the people who helped build Liberty Grove
presented June 2017