Free Speaker Series 2014/2015
Updated 22 Aug, 2014
Join us at the museum as we start another year of our free speaker series.
Garst Museum Joins Smithsonian Magazine’s Museum Day
Updated 4 Sept, 2014
Garst Museum will open its doors on Saturday, September 27, 2014, as part of Smithsonian magazine’s ninth annual Museum Day Live! A nationwide event, Museum Day Live! offers free admission to visitors presenting a Museum Day Live! ticket.
New Book On Annie Oakley is Published
Updated 16 Sept, 2014
The Garst Museum announces the publication of a new book on Annie Oakley authored by Marilyn Robbins.
Gift Launches the Green the Garst Tree Donation Program
Updated 27 May, 2014
The Darke County Historical Society is pleased to announce that a donation made in the memory of Sherlie Steffens Baker has created a wonderful start to the museum’s new “Green the Garst Tree Donation Program.”
More Museum News
Annie's Star Spangled Gala
Thank you to all that attended the 2014 Annie's 2014 Star Spangled Gala. It was a HUGE success thanks to you!
Museum in a Suitcase Programs
The Garst Museum is excited to announce an additional traveling Museum in a Suitcase program. The new program is specifically created for groups of children ranging from the second to sixth grades. Garst Museum docents will bring a suitcase of museum artifacts to your local group or classroom and present a unique program highlighting the Garst Museum. The forty-five to sixty minute programs are free and are available for schools and activities such as Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, or 4-H clubs.
Garst Museum also offers a Museum in a Suitcase program for local adult groups. Both Museum in a Suitcase programs are offered at no charge and include opportunities to handle museum artifacts and to learn and reminisce about times gone by.
For more information about either Museum in a Suitcase program, please contact the Garst Museum at 937-548-5250 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Annie Oakley Center Foundation
The purpose of the Annie Oakley Center Foundation is to promote the memory of Annie Oakley, to create and maintain exhibits in cooperation with the Garst Museum of Darke County, Ohio, to receive funds for the support thereof, to acquire and preserve Annie Oakley memorabilia and to conduct any and all activities in to further these objectives.
Garst Museum is proud to be a Distinctive Destination of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. We welcome all National Trust members to receive a discount of 10% off admission and gift shop purchases when visiting the Garst Museum.