Come share in the history of Sevier County along with educational fun for kids of all ages.
Horatio Lions 1942
This was a semi-pro baseball team that played for numerous years in the 1950's.
De Queen Bee 1958
De Queen Bee
From the 1958 De Queen Bee newspapers
1952 De Queen Bee Newspapers
While we are quarantined, I am re-working some exhibits, framing pictures for a new sports wall and researching WWI and the Spanish Flue pandemic in the De Queen Bee newspapers. Will be posting some new pictures on here soon. Check back with us.
From the 1918 De Queen Bee newspaper
From the 1919 De Queen Bee newspapers
The museum is closed to the public at this time but your director is working on a new sports wall. I will start posting on here soon some items of interest and pictures I plan to put on the wall and want to encourage your feedback.
De Queen Bee advertisements from 1919.
1919 De Queen Bee advertisement
These ads are from the 1947 De Queen Bee.
Ice plant in De Queen, 1920's. On the far right is the icing stage used to ice the refrigerator cars for the KCS railroad.
These are from the De Queen Bee, courtesy of the Sevier County Museum. Enjoy.
This picture will be on the new cover page to our revised Railroad Memories book. I have added a lot of pictures and more information. This book, along with several other books will be for sale this summer to help raise money to save our little "Antique Village," which is in dire need of repair. This is a drawing by the late Harold Mabry.
The museum now has a P.O. Box to ensure that we receive all mail ✉️, monetary donations 💸, and small packages 📦 promptly and with no issues. So if you would please send any future mailings and/or contributions to ---P.O. Box 528--- it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you to our community of supporters who help our museum grow! We ❤️ U! -Julie
Game night was a success! We had a great night and look forward to next time-to be announced! Hope to see you there! #seviercountymuseumgamenight
Getting ready for game night! Come-on out! We'll be here 'til 8pm!
Getting ready for Polar Express kids night!
It's time for our parent's night out and this year's theme is Polar Express so get those kiddos, grab their favorite jammies and pillow and blanket, and bring them to the Sevier County Museum while you and your significant other get away for some Christmas shopping or just a fun outing together! We'll keep the kids entertained with a viewing of "The Polar Express", fun crafts and activities, and fill their tummies with a hot meal and goodies like hot chocolate and cookies! Santa plans on stopping by for a visit as well!
Tic Tac Toe champ!! Lillian Frady!
Fall on the Frontier Festival fun!!
Getting things ready for the Fall on the Frontier Festival!!! Come on by and have some fun this evening!
Come by the Sevier County Museum tomorrow (Saturday) and bring the kids to take fall frontier pictures. The kids festival starts at 3:30. With a $5 entry fee, they can play games, win prizes and eat a hot dog meal. We will finish with a fall egg hunt and hay ride.
Ready to win some delicious grub? Well, here's your chance! We're giving away a gift card to Mary Pop's to one lucky follower! Here are the 3 things you HAVE to do:
1-LIKE the Sevier County Museum Page!
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3-TAG 3 Friends that you think would like to enjoy this event and/or getting their chance at winning some delicious food!
Please come out and join us for a great kids event filled with family, food, and lots of frontier fun! ❤️🍁🤠
This contest ends on Wednesday, November, 13 at 11:59 PM. The winner will be announced the following Thursday.
To whoever left the baby stroller during the Hurrah Festival, please come by the museum on Thursday or Saturday to pick it up.
Mark your calendars and get ready for a day of fun at the Fall on the Frontier Kid's Festival!
We want to say a big THANK YOU to Resendiz Landscape and Lawn Care for the beautiful decorations they allowed us to use for our Hurrah! Festival this year! Thank you so much for giving our festival that beautiful fall atmosphere and making things so inviting! Y'all did a beautiful job! 👏👏👏🍁🌻🍂Happy Fall Yall!🍂🌻🍁
Come on Fall. Resendiz Nursery is ready!
Such a kind man! I'm so glad he was able to visit us!
About the time Ben Cirkles of Gillham was in the third grade, he had the chance to visit with a great uncle on his mother’s side of the family —
717 Walter J Leeper Drive
De Queen, AR
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