We are open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m., Memorial Day through Labor Day.
We are open by appointment, also.
To call for appointment:
Suzanne Ratzlaff (402)-723-4252 email@example.com
Marjorie Smith (402) 723-5793
Adeline Huebert (402) 723-4418
Our Mailing Address:
Henderson Heritage & Tourism
PO Box 336
Henderson, NE 68371
President – Suzanne Ratzlaff
Vice President – Byron Friesen
Secretary – Adeline Huebert
Treasurer – Cindy Quiring
G M Barlean said:
I visited the Henderson Heritage farm last spring. I remember being in the church and a speaker had said, what I thought, was that each family brought their own pew to church. Did I misunderstand this? Did each family have their own pew or bench at church, but not actually pack them up and take them home each Sunday? My husband insists I misunderstood and I can’t find anything to correlate to this anywhere on the internet.
Yes, that is right; families had their own benches but I don’t think they brought them each week.
Deborah Franz Miller said:
Is there a children’s book about the Russian Mennonite immigration to Henderson? I would like to share the family history with my grandchildren.
Rebecca Esau said:
I would like to buy two books, but will need them shipped to Portland, OR. The two books are the Henderson Mennonites; and Forever Summer, Forever Sunday