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April Architecture Adventure

April Architecture Adventure

Kaysville - Fruit Heights Museum andDavis County Museums News Release Come play with Davis County Museums during April Architectural AdventuresEveryone is invited to participate in a county-wide scavenger hunt during the...

KFHMha Announces New Website

KFHMha Announces New Website

  Out with the old and in with the new! After many months of hard work and dedication, we are delighted to officially announce the launch of our brand-new website www.kfhmuseum.org on March 9, 2023. Volunteers have...

KFHMha Receives New Donation

KFHMha Receives New Donation

The KFH Museum received a donation of scrapbooks yesterday. Thanks to Jeff Nielson for gifting two of his mother's, Wanda Nielson's, scout records. This dedicated and fun-loving woman was one of the very first females to...

Kaysville Fruit Heights Museum focused on cities’ history

Kaysville Fruit Heights Museum focused on cities’ history

By Tim Vandenack Standard-Examiner - | Jan 6, 2021 KAYSVILLE — Having a museum in your community, says Fawn Morgan, isn't just about the relics and documents it contains. It adds an unmeasurable quality to a locale. “If you...

Kaysville deeds artifacts to museum board

Kaysville deeds artifacts to museum board

By Becky Ginos Davis Clipper - | Jun 6, 2019 KAYSVILLE — For many years residents have donated a variety of things to the city. City Recorder Linda Ross has been collecting and storing these items, many of them in the old...

Kaysville Fruit Heights Museum Achieves Nonprofit status

Kaysville Fruit Heights Museum Achieves Nonprofit status

Uncredited  Photo: Taken April 14, 2018 on a visit to the Bountiful Museum to learn the ins and outs of running a museum. L to R Fawn B Morgan, Mike Barton, Tom Tolman (curator of Bountiful Museum) and Kristine Murdock. IT...