May Festival: A Royal Tradition

Ninety-five years of transforming traditions will be displayed in Grover Museum’s new exhibit, “May Festival: A Shelbyville Tradition.” The exhibit, which runs from Saturday, April 3 through early June, will focus on the history of this unique event, which began Read More …

Quilt Show and Luncheon Announced

The Shelby County Historical Society will be piecing stories together for this year’s annual quilt show, as this year’s theme is “Quilts That Tell a Story.” “So much of what we do here focuses on telling the story of our Read More …

Gift Shop Shifts Inventory

Beginning last year, the Grover Museum began introducing new items to Grover Gifts, the museum’s gift shop. The sale items were added following a gift shop interior redesign. New objects were added that had been influenced by community members suggestions Read More …

Putting the “Pop!” in pop culture

Popping off the pages and onto the walls and into the cases of the Warble Gallery at Grover Museum is the life work of Roger Slifer, a local comic book and animation editor, writer and producer. Additionally, visitors will be Read More …

Pioneer Fair Dates Announced

The Shelby County Historical Society will hold the annual Pioneer Fair on September 29 and 30, and we want to see you there! As this year marks the 50th year since the Pioneer Fair began, with the original fair titled Read More …