Built in 1871 The Hormel Historic Home strives to preserve the Home and History of the George A. and Lillian Hormel Family. Our mission is to maintain the home and to honor the family legacy of Hospitality, Music/Arts, Education, and service to the community.
Looking for unique and historical souvenirs or gifts. Visit our online store to purchase books or music relevant to the Hormel family history. The newly published autobiography of George A. Hormel, The Open Road, is now available.
Monday, September 11, 2017
5:30 p.m. Social ~ 6:00 p.m. Presentation
Austin’s Other Historic Homes, Part Two
Presented by Holly Johnson, Wendy Larson, and Jaimie Timm
Austin’s past was built by people who built lovely homes. This presentation will showcase the lives and houses of the Shaw, Skinner, and Schleuder families along old Kenwood Ave.
Free to members of the HHH, Mower County Historical Society, and Friends of the Library
$5 for non members
Snacks and cash bar available.
Tuesday, September 12
10 a.m. FREE
Smoothies- Let food be thy medicine
Join Megan Groh, your Austin Hy-Vee dietitian to learn everything you wanted to know about smoothies. You will learn how to build nutritionally dense smoothies, sample different smoothies and take home new ideas and recipes.
Saturday, October 7, 2017
10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Featuring Full Circle Bluegrass
Enjoy live music at 10:30 with interactive activities that enhance the music experience
Meet the musicians following the performance
Explore the HHH with special scavenger hunt activity before and after the show
Free for History for Half Pints Members
$2 per child for kids 2-8 years old