Indian Valley Museum holds community dinner tonight at the Taylorsville hall – eat in or take out
The Indian Valley Museum members are pleased to host this month’s Indian Valley community dinner at the Taylorsville Historic Hall from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. tonight, Oct. 17. The dinner menu offers several kinds of chili, corn bread muffins, green salad, home baked desserts, and drink for only $5! Please bring family and friends to enjoy this tasty meal. Take-out of the meal is available as well.
The museum will close for the season at the end of October. The last general museum potluck and meeting is Oct. 24 gathering at 5:30. The meeting and program both will be short. Elections will be held as well. Guests and visitors are always welcome.
The program features Riley’s Jerky owner Kaley Bentz (third generation) who will discuss the new Jerky Joint along Highway 89. The Jerky Joint will have a grand opening on Nov. 19 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. [To attend the opening visit website Riley’s Jerky | Buy Amazing Craft Jerky! (rileysjerky.com) to sign up.] Come to the meeting to hear all about the history, the expansion and how Riley’s Jerky helps the county.
Nov. 12 and Dec.14, the second Mondays of each month, will be the museum association’s traditional holiday parties. Please bring guests and appetizers/side dish. The museum board will provide the turkey, dressing, and gravy for the Thanksgiving feast.
As traditionally done, the Indian Valley Museum will hold at the dinners a canned food drive for the IV food bank in November and collect new, unwrapped toys for Toys for Tots in December. Members and guests are asked, if they can and would like to, to bring either the food/toys or a cash donation to go to one of the charity groups.
If you have any questions, be sure to contact President Dave Wilson (530-375-7377).