Hello Falter Fans! 

August is National Picnic Month, so we thought it appropriate to share one of John's featured covers for the month of August. You can find these covers on our Facebook page; we publish them every Wednesday. They are also featured weekly in the Falls City Journal.


Tuesdays:     Glenda Nelson
Wednesdays:     Michael & Brenda Garriott
Thursdays:     Please contact sub from below
Fridays:     Please contact sub from below
Saturdays/Sundays:     Dobey Haws or a sub from below


Donna Landis
Becki Libhart
Doris Erickson
Liz Huettner
Gail Froeschl

Contact information will be listed on front door to museum
Please contact Dobey @ 402.450.3724 to volunteer or make an appointment

The Falter Museum hosted a Bridge Social on July 22nd. The event brought many visitors from all over the Midwest to the museum!

Our book, "America Through the Brush of John Falter," is selling very well with nearly half of the 250 limited edition copies sold, so please contact me if you want to place an order. 

And we now also have framed the beautiful print "Confrontation".  When John sold the painting to the Richardson County Bank in 1980, it was displayed on the office wall of bank president John Morehead until he donated it to the library a few years ago.  The letter that John wrote to the bank when it was sold is included with each print.

Here are some additional items that will be available as gifts as the holidays near. We will provide additional information when the products arrive!

Jigsaw Puzzles
Note Cards
Coffee Mugs
11" x 14" print of Falls City at Christmas

On August 21st, Falls City will be in the line of the total solar eclipse.

Here are some facts about the upcoming eclipse:

Partial phase start: 11:39 AM
Start of Totality: 1:04 PM
Duration of Totality: 2 minutes 37 seconds

The last time a total solar eclipse spanned the contiguous United States was June 8, 1918.

This total solar eclipse is the first since 1991.


Scientist Bill Nye will be in Beatrice, NE, joining the Homestead National Monument Rangers, to view the eclipse.

The Falls City Chamber Main Street will be hosting "DINE IN THE DARK." 

We have scheduled our next Art Walk. Click the link below to learn more!

Thanks for your continued support of the museum,
Dobey and the crew