UPDATE REGARDING JANUARY 20TH DISCUSSION OF SO DEAR TO MY HEART hosted by the Edgerton Public Library…
Time: Thursday, January at 6:00
Where: Sterling North Museum heated barn at 409 West Rollin Street
Discussion Leader: Kirsten Almo
Kirsten had originally hoped to meet in the board room at the house, but the room feels to small for a safe gathering at this time.
Kirsten will be at the house at 5:45 if you’d like to look around the house before the 6:15 discussion.
There will be tea, cocoa and cookies!!
AS ALWAYS DURING THESE PANDEMIC TIMES, IF YOU FEEL SICK OR ARE EXHIBITING ANY COVID LIKE SYMPTOMS, PLEASE SKIP THE MEETING AND HELP US ALL FEEL SAFE. THANK YOU!
~GET READY TO HELP US CELEBRATE THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE STERLING NORTH HOME AND MUSEUM IN 2022!!~
PLEASE SEE OUR EVENT PAGE AND CLICK ON THE BLUE LINK TO SEE THE EXCITING EVENTS PLANNED FOR THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE STERLING NORTH HOME AND MUSEUM. WE HOPE YOU CAN JOIN US!!
See our Event Page for the first event happening in JANUARY for the 25th Anniversary of the Sterling North Home and Museum!!
Here is the first event of Sterling’s celebration…
Thank you to all of you who visited The Sterling North Home and Museum during the 2021 season! We hoped you enjoyed touring Sterling’s home and were able to make the connections from the book, Rascal. The home and museum is now closed and will reopen in April, 2022. Stay tuned for more information about the 2022 season and exciting activities to celebrate The Sterling North Home and Museum’s 25th Anniversary next year! See you soon!!
The Sterling North Home and Museum was voted winner of the Best of Kosh competition for area museums in 2019 and 2020 and Best of Kosh area tourist attraction in 2020.
Admission – CASH/CHECKS ONLY
Adults – $5
Students – $3
Under 5 free with adult
All COVID-19 protocol will be followed. Due to recent changes in coronavirus infection numbers, masks are required to tour the Sterling North Home and Museum whether you’ve been vaccinated or not.
We preserve and promote the heritage of Edgerton as expressed in the literary efforts of native author Sterling North.
We maintain the Sterling North Home and Museum at 409 W. Rollin Street in Edgerton, Wisconsin.