For more than a year, Mary Davis and Ron Blitch have worked to create the displays that will soon fill our fine, little museum. We are filled with pride, excitement, and gratitude and we can't wait to share it with you.
Ron is a very successful architect. His commitment to preservation here in Abita Springs is exceptional. His love and caring for our town is dutifully portrayed in each of the twelve displays.
Mary is a graphic designer and photographer. Her intense pursuit to gather and share our history and culture as Town Archivist offers a great opportunity for us to experience what this unique community has meant to so many over time.
Tourism, our Choctaw heritage, nature, beer, water, our festivals, our joie de vivre - these subjects and more will make up these new, beautifully made, permanent displays. Opening soon!
We'll be back open on February 11th and plan to celebrate with a grand re-opening in late Spring.
In the meantime, your Trailhead Museum will be hosting four great events: our annual Push Mow Parade on February 18th, then the Whole Town Garage Sale, En Plein Air, and the Busker Festival. We hope to see you there!