Dale & Martha Hawk Museum
The Hawk Museum has a vast collection of antiques and contains thousands of farm implements, in both miniature and full size. At this unique museum you will see one-of-a-kind vehicles, like an unusual walking machine for going over rough terrain, and the only operational 1912 Hackney Auto Plow.
The Hawk museum collection is housed in many building with a multitude of small collections, plus more than 300 large antiques, like a 1900 McCormick grain reaper, 1890 threshing machine, 1912 Rumley gas pull tractor, 1911 Nilson tractor, 1912 Metz car, several buggies and much more.
What fun for young and old to see a beautiful collection of over 400 clocks displayed by Dale Hawk's brother Dean. The Clock House is a "must" to see.
Mylo Hall is a favorite for many activities...the smooth poured concrete floor makes for great dancing and the beautiful wooden rafters makes decorating fun for any occasion. Many family reunions are held every year at the museum complex. The picnic shelter includes a fully equipped kitchen with a covered dining area and has a music pavilion in front of which will accommodate small groups for outdoor entertainment. Public restrooms and lot of parking including handicapped are nearby.
Public events are held through out the summer months. Our most popular being the Hawk Annual Antique Farm Show which held the second weekend of June. This event starts Friday morning with a pancake breakfast. A wide range of activities continue until sunday evening.
There live music, parades of antique cars and tractors. Watch the sawmill and threshing of grain by using old steam engines. Bring the kids. There are children's games, buggy rides and plenty of activities to keep them entertained.