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Staley Museum In The News

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It’s National Christmas Light Day and we’re doing our best to get the museum all dressed up for the holidays! Have you decorated yet?

Picture from Christmas 2020.
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December 1st, 10:00 am
It’s National Christmas Light Day and we’re doing our best to get the museum all dressed up for the holidays! Have you decorated yet? 

Picture from Christmas 2020.

Holiday shopping? Give the gift of local history and stop by our gift shop today! We have lots of items that are great for stockings!

Tuesday - Saturday 1 to 4pm
Admission $3/adult, $1/child
Contact us at: 217-422-1212 or info@staleymuseum.com for more information.
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November 26th, 10:00 am
Holiday shopping? Give the gift of local history and stop by our gift shop today! We have lots of items that are great for stockings! 

Tuesday - Saturday 1 to 4pm
Admission $3/adult, $1/child
Contact us at: 217-422-1212 or info@staleymuseum.com for more information.

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Can I order a Staley Ball over the phone and pay for shipping? PLEASE

How much are these? Both of my grandpas, my uncles and lots of cousins worked there. Would love to have this as a keepsake.

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November 24th, 10:00 am

A Staley tradition continues with A. E. Staley’s family from his native area. A. E. Staley’s great-nephew, Randy Garner, made this coconut cream pie from the 1926 recipe in the Staley Journal for their Thanksgiving celebration out east. Randy still owns part of the farm that A. E. Staley grew up on in North Carolina. What a delicious dessert they will have! ... See MoreSee Less

November 23rd, 12:34 pm
A Staley tradition continues with A. E. Staley’s family from his native area.  A. E. Staley’s great-nephew, Randy Garner, made this coconut cream pie from the 1926 recipe in the Staley Journal for their Thanksgiving celebration out east.  Randy still owns part of the farm that A. E. Staley grew up on in North Carolina.  What a delicious dessert they will have!Image attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment

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That was my first one but it will not be the last. It really is delicious. The next one will look better I am sure. Not bad for a recipe from 1926.

Thanks for sharing the recipe!

Wow! Very cool! Every Thanksgiving, employees would get free coconut pies made from coconuts from Mr Staley’s home in Florida. I can find the Staley Journal article if you want.

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November 21st, 6:00 pm
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