Whitaker Museum
168 N Main St,
Centerville UT 84014
(801) 335-8843

Open Tuesdays
10:00 am to 6:00 pm

Special Tours by Appointment

Organized groups must make a reservation.
whitaker@centervilleut.com

 

Centerville's Heritage Museum

Come explore, learn, and enjoy our rich heritage. Open to the public every week except Independence Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, & New Years.

Events

Community Garden

All levels of gardeners are welcome, from beginners to master gardeners. If you are interested or would like more information please contact Erin Redd as soon as possible to secure your plot (801-663-1293 or sixredds@gmail.com). Plots will be filled on a first-come first-served basis… so don’t delay! Welcome to the 2018 gardening season! We cultivate…

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6th Annual “Elizabeth’s Victorian Tea” May 19th

Since the reign of Queen Victoria, the observance of afternoon tea has become a treasured custom in Great Britain. Charles Dickens aptly described the tradition as one “in which we were perfectly contented with ourselves and one another.” This event is for ladies age six and up. Event chair is Lori Henderson.

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Centerville’s Stories

  The 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m., different aspects of Centerville’s history will be shared. Contact the Museum at (801) 335-8843 or whitaker@centervilleut.com for more information or if you have a story to tell.

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Honey Sweet Bee

The Whitaker is now the home of a colony of bees. Come learn of the necessity of bees for the health of  a garden and witness their production of pure gold. Event Chairs are Rich and Carrie Briscoe.

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Annual Christmas at the Whitaker

Step back to Christmases of yesteryear. Hear old-time Christmas music and a story or two. Smell the smells of Christmas past. Make a craft, write a letter to Santa and take home a treat enjoyed in pioneer days. Bring a camera and take an “old fashioned” picture with Santa Claus between the hours of 4:00pm…

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Annual Whitaker Zombie Fun Run

Bring family, friends or fiends and run the course not knowing what lurks around the next bend. Dress up – costumes are encouraged. A raffle will be held at the end of the race. Tickets will be won for stealth, not speed. How often do you get the chance to be chased by a dead…

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Clara Goudy Day September 4th

Clara Goudy Day September 4th

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6th Annual Cemetery Twilight Tour

Come and hear the stories of Centerville’s permanent residents presented by Paul T. Smith, historian and author. Reserve a spot on the cemetery tour. Appropriate for ages 12 and older. Event Chairs are Paul and Gail Smith. 2018 Dates to be determined.

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Vestil S. Harrison Day at the Whitaker March 13

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