Upcoming Events

  • Sun, May 16
    Wyeth-Tootle Mansion
    The featured doll will be Kaya. She is from 1764.
  • Thu, May 20
    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88151738878
    Free virtual program presented by Kim Schutte. In December 1920, the nude and partially dismembered body of Fay Sudow was found in a Los Angeles suburb. Fay grew up in St. Joseph and her family lived here at the time of the murder. Fay was the older sister to Sylvia Einbender.
  • Wed, May 26
    Wyeth-Tootle Mansion
    The museum will host the 12th annual Mah Jongg Party at the Mansion. This year we will have two opportunities to play. The afternoon will include a buffet lunch, party favors, door prizes, shopping opportunities, and plenty of time to play! Bring your Mah Jongg set and join the fun!
  • Thu, May 27
    Wyeth-Tootle Mansion
    The museum will host the 12th annual Mah Jongg Party at the Mansion. This year we will have two opportunities to play. The afternoon will include a buffet lunch, party favors, door prizes, shopping opportunities, and plenty of time to play! Bring your Mah Jongg set and join the fun!
  • Sun, Jun 13
    Saint Joseph Museum
    The featured doll will be Nanea. She is from 1941. Special Guest, Dorinda Makanaonalani Nicholson, author of Pearl Harbor Child and advisory board member to create Nanea.
  • Thu, Jun 24
    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88615760339
    This session will cover the history of mental illness and diagnosis changes. Presented by Chase O’Gwin, professor in the NWMSU psychology department.
  • Sun, Jul 11
    Saint Joseph Museum
    The featured dolls will be Molly and Emily. Both girls grew up in WWII. Emily was sent to the United States from the United Kingdom to live with Molly and her family. Nanea from our June session is also from around this time frame.