Our Mission is to inspire creativity, the love of learning and an appreciation of diverse cultures and local heritage. Towards this end the museum preserves and interprets its cross-cultural collections and presents complementary exhibits and programs.
The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum was established in 1931 with a bequest of 15,000 multi-cultural artifacts by Coshocton Ohio native sons, John & David Johnson.
We are now accepting reservations for our What Women Want event on April 22th, Click here for more information, the Menu and reservations. A list of auction packages is coming soon.
Sustainability Needs for 2017
December 2016 we began a campaign to improve the lighting in two galleries, the acoustics in the activity room, and to replace our 11-year old server. (The server stores all the info. for the museum and connects the computers.) We are close to our lighting goal thanks to a generous grant from McWane Ductile and a donation by The Junior Women's Club. We still need $4,175 for new acoustic tile in the activity room and $3,100 for the server.
Please consider contributing to one of these needs.
Lighting Project: $5,910 (total is 7,931)
Acoustic Tile in Activity Room: $4,175 (Total is $4,475)
Server: $3,100 (Total is $3,500)