Back by popular demand

Steel SkareCrow

Steel SkareCrow combines nineties country and southern soul with a modern feel to produce a unique sound, while maintaining their country roots.

Steel SkareCrow origins goes back earlier to when the band members grew up listening to a variety of musical genres that played an influential role in shaping their paths as musicians and ultimately led them to join forces.

 Friday evening        entertainment for
Country  Threshing Days
Friday, August 5,
starting  7:30 p.m.  

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  Goessel High School Auditorium        (100 E. Main, use Jr. High doors)
Donations Welcome
                   Concert to benefit :                           Mennonite Heritage
& Ag Museum

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Goessel's own
Rollin Schmidt
playing steel-guitar 

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Thank You

Mennonite Heritage & Agricultural Museum

Can you--or your family together!--set up and take down tables/chairs or empty trash?

Perhaps you'd like to serve delicious food, hand out water bottles, or be a cashier--shifts are about two hours.

Interested in learning how to fry verenike or New Year's Cookies? These treats always sell out!

Maybe you're a zwieback baker!

Could you help make gallons of cherry moos--find out why tall and strong people are especially needed!

YOU (jr. high age and up) are needed Friday and Saturday, August 5 & 6 so the event can run smoothly! No connection to Goessel history is needed.

To volunteer, please contact Aileen Esau before July 24.         (email or call 620-367-2358)

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Mennonite Heritage and Agricultural Museum
200 N. Poplar, Goessel, KS 67053





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