Letter: County history can be enjoyed year-roundOn behalf of the Nobles County Historical Society Board of Directors and its employees, I would like to thank everyone who stopped out at Pioneer Village this summer
By: Jacob A. Holck, Nobles County Historical Society Board Member, Worthington , Worthington Daily Globe
On behalf of the Nobles County Historical Society Board of Directors and its employees, I would like to thank everyone who stopped out at Pioneer Village this summer. We are so lucky to have such a treasure here in Worthington, and we greatly appreciate when folks stop by and get lost in the history of Nobles County.
Though Pioneer Village is closed for the season, we do have some events we hold in the offseason. On Oct, 27 we will have a Halloween Trail, and on Dec. 6-7 we will be having our Old Fashioned Christmas.
If you enjoyed Pioneer Village and are interested in learning more about the history of Nobles County, you should stop by and see us at our museum located in the lower level of the Nobles County Library/War Memorial Building. We have plenty of artifacts and displays to tickle your fancy. Also, if you are interested in digging up some family history, stop in our office and research center across the hallway from the museum, where our office manager would be happy to assist you with your research needs.
Again, thank you for making 2012 a successful season over at Pioneer Village. We hope you stop by and see us sometime.