WHITE SPRING RANCH
Sister Alfreda Elsensohn Award for 2019
White Spring Ranch was founded by John and Mary Lorang in 1885 and was listed on the National Historical Registry as a museum in 2004. The museum contains a huge and extensive library collection of photos, documentation, publications and artifacts covering 135 years of American history and rural wheat farming collected by three generations of the family. The museum is open for tours and events and we invite you to visit and enjoy this beautiful icon that documents the days and events of the past. More….
The mission of White Spring Ranch is to recreate the historical farm as it once was, as a gathering site for people of the community.
White Spring Ranch aims to welcome as many artists, students, and volunteers as possible throughout this process.
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Little House Day 2021
Saturday September 4, 2021
1pm -8 pm.
Our event will be held in a simpler way. With smaller numbers, longer hours and family distancing. Learn about the Laura Ingalls Wilder Little House stories through the setting of a beautiful 1878 Idaho Log cabin that is open for tours until 8 p.m, in order to spread visitors throughout the day. But arrive around 1:00 p.m. for the most fiddling music by Alan Chidester. For those who would like a tour description, I will be providing these throughout the day.
An Ice Cream Social and Little House Interpretive day, linking with Idaho stories…. and a Log cabin with artifacts. The Historical Farmhouse dated c.1873-1904, is also Open for tours.
Many of the Little House stories also have parallel stories right here in Idaho with our pioneers. Sponsored by Idaho Humanities Council, Latah Arts & Culture and Genesee Recreation District grants. Donations are welcome, to keep this all going! Come early for WSU Ice Cream and Music
Entrance by donation.
White Spring Ranch
1004 Lorang Road
Genesee, Idaho 83832
Open Sundays and Tuesdays 1:00 to Sunset and also by appointment
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