• Festival of Trees - Now until Dec. 31

100 Years of Radio in Shelby County

Coming in January 2015

100 Years of Radio in Shelby County January, February, March 2015

Grover Museum is hosting an exhibit of vintage radio equipment spanning the past 100 years.

The exhibit will feature broadcast radio artifacts of all types including amateur radio, AM radio, FM radio, commercial radio, and television. Also featured will be local inventors and their products as well as local radio broadcast stations.

The Blue River Valley Amateur Radio Society (BRVARS), the local club for ham radio operators in and around Shelby County, is organizing the exhibit. BRV ARS is affiliated with the American Radio Relay League (ARRL) which is a nationwide organization for ham radio operators.

BRVARS will also operate an amateur radio station from the museum’s lobby on Saturday, January l0th, 11th, and 24th. This special event station will operate under the 1×1 call sign W9S. While the station is on the air, local licensed ham radio operators will be making contacts with other ham radio operators from all over the world. The operators will be promoting the celebration of” 100 Years of Radio in Shelby County” to the radio stations they contact.

Web Master Visits Grover Museum

A very genial and helpful Websites "Wonder Worker" visited Grover Museum today!

A very genial and helpful Websites “Wonder worker” visited Grover Museum today!

SCHS Fall Dinner Meeting

SCHS Fall Dinner Meeting is Thursday Nov. 20, 2014 at 6:30 p.m.

Doors open at 6 p.m. Dinner at 6:30 p.m.

Speaker for the dinner is Dr. Robert Inlow. His topic is
“Growing Up in Shelbyville.”

Cost for dinner is $12 each for SCHS members;”
$14 each for guests. Reservations required.

Dr. Robert & Roberta Inlow

Pictured are Dr. Robert and Roberta Inlow. Dr. Inlow is the speaker for SCHS Fall Dinner Meeting on Thursday November 20, 2014.

 

Root Beer Floats Served

A big thank you to Abbey, Gabby, and Chris! The group served root beer floats on Saturday November 15, 2004. Thank You!

A big thank you to Abbey, Gabby, and Chris! The group served root beer floats on Saturday November 15, 2004.
Thank You!

Visiting to see museum exhibits

Mrs. Gladys McKenney visited Grover Museum to see the exhibits.

Mrs. Gladys McKenney visited Grover Museum to see the exhibits. There are twenty-plus Christmas trees decorated by groups and individuals in Shelbyville-Shelby County.