KENTUCKY GATEWAY MUSEUM CENTER will host Free SATURDAY SEMINAR (Monthly seminars on various topics) How to Self Publish By James Columbia October 17, 2015 10:30 AM Mr. James Columbia will be sharing how to use online resources to publish genealogy, photographs, family and local history, veterans’ military stories and collections…
A free exhibit about Col. Charles Young, born 1864 in a slave cabin near May’s Lick, is on display in the Museum atrium. Information about this third black graduate of West Point and his distinguished military career are featured along with efforts by the Coalition of Black Veterans Organizations to establish a monument to him in…
KENTUCKY GATEWAY MUSEUM CENTER will host Free SATURDAY SEMINAR (Monthly seminars on various topics) History of Browning Manufacturing By Louis Browning NOTE DATE CHANGE September 19, 2015 10:30 AM Mr. Louis Browning will relate the history of the “Pulley” from its beginnings in 1886 through his departure mid-June 1971. …
Join us digitally.
Send your e-mail address to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will send you our monthly newsletter and other pertinent information about upcoming events.
Enjoy the free Saturday Seminar this Saturday, June 27th at 10:30am. Elizabeth and Orloff Miller will tell us about the beautiful homes built in Maysville by hemp manufacturers. Also, bring in your LEGO constructions for exhibit in the museum through August!
MCHS 2015 Senior Art Exhibit
The Kentucky Gateway Museum Center is once again hosting the Mason County High School Annual Senior Art Exhibit. The exhibit is currently on display and will be available for viewing until the end of May. This exhibit features over 100 works from the very talented class of 2015 including many award winning pieces.
MCHS Exhibit: PERSPECTIVES
The Mason County High School art students are currently exhibiting photography from class and individual projects at KGMC, through February.
The museum will be closed for the holidays on December 24th through the 28th, and on January 1st.