Made with Xara Hours of operation: Memorial Day thru late September --- Fri, Sat, Sun 1- 4 pm Daily fee: Adults - $3.00; Children through high school - free How to find us: We are located in Norway, Michigan, 100 miles north of Green Bay, 50 miles west of Escanaba, and 10 miles east of Iron Mountain. More info and map on Location page.  Contact info: (906) 563-5586 Jake Menghini Historical Museum P.O. Box 99 Norway MI 49870 Email address in column at right. Membership We invite our visitors to consider becoming members  of the Jake Menghini Museum Foundation; $7 / yr, $100 Lifetime PLEASE NOTE ... We continue to add new features and information to this website.  Please come back often to watch it grow! If you have questions or comments, please e-mail us at: Site design by Kenneth J Anderson & Associates ©  2011-16  The  Jake  Menghini  Museum
Click Arrow for Preview ... Button BELOW Will Show Multiple Interview Videos         ( click arrow in center of frame below to start preview ... turn on sound )   We’re eagerly looking forward to completion of our first DVD of Norway’s oral history; this trailer contains several interview segments with residents who recall the World War II years and their experiences in the service or at home. A few scenes from “Old Norway” displays at our museum Norway High School Veterans’ Project 2014 TO VIEW ENTIRE SET OF FOUR VIDEOS, CLICK ICON AT LEFT Craft and Vendor Show Saturday March 19 Fundraiser for the Museum ... 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Norway Legion Hall We will again be hosting our spring Craft and Vendor show.  You can view (and print) our poster and our signup sheet ... click links to view:  POSTER    SIGN-UP SHEET   Commemorative Edition of Norway Current Features 50th Anniversary of Norway-Vulcan School Consolidation   Looking for the Norway Vulcan School commemorative issue of The Current? The Jake Menghini Museum has extra copies available at only $2.00 per issue.  This issue contains facts about the consolidation of the schools and a COMPLETE listing of all the graduates from the Norway, the Vulcan and the Norway-Vulcan Schools since the inception of each school. Contact the Museum if you want to purchase a copy.  Bill Van Wolvelaere compiled articles, pictures, and many facts about the consolidation. .