Moody Museum Outing: Texas Czech Heritage and Cultural Center

Join the Friends of the Moody Museum board for an outing to the Texas Czech Heritage & Cultural Center and Village in La Grange, TX on October 6. Featured exhibits include WWI and the Birth of Czechoslovakia and Lidice 1942 alongside a thoughtfully curated collection of Czech-Texan artifacts. Visit http://www.czechtexas.org/ for details.

Lunch is available for purchase onsite at noon. Other museums being considered for the outing include the Heroes Museum in the Old Fayette County Jail, an impressive Texas Quilt Museum, and the M-K-T Railroad Depot Museum. Looks to be an exciting day! Email us at MoodyMuseum@gmail.com to join in the fun!

Departs from Moody Museum, 114 W, 9th Street, Taylor, TX 76574 – Saturday, October 6 at 8AM, returns mid-afternoon.

To RSVP, visit our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/294101287845632/

Moody Museum at Business Expo 2018

Whether you are new in town or a Taylor-native, check out our local attractions and businesses at the Taylor CoC Business Expo & Job Fair on Sept. 15. Stop by the Moody Museum table to learn about upcoming museum events and see our Victorian ladies in period dress!

Williamson County Expo Center, 5350 Bill Pickett Trail, Taylor, TX 76474 – Saturday, September 15 from 10 AM – 2PM

The Moody Museum Victorian Christmas

Join us at The Moody Museum for a Victorian Christmas on December 2, 2017 from 1pm – 3pm. Create Victorian ornaments, enjoy holiday music and snacks, and get a tour of the Moody Museum from our loyal docents.

Parents sometime help their young children in making decorations which they then take home with them.

 

 

Governor’s Birthday Celebration

The next big event for the museum will be a celebration of the Governor’s birthday in June. For the third year it will be the culmination of a “pounding” to raise much-needed food for the local Shepherd’s Heart Food Pantry.

Poundings were commonplace in Governor Moody’s time and consisted of friends and family bringing food to stock the pantry of a newlywed couple. Gov. Moody and his bride, Mildred, benefitted from one hosted by the East Texas Chamber of Commerce to stock the pantry of the Governor’s Mansion in 1927 when Moody took office.