September 6, 2016


The 1904 World’s Fair Society has monthly meetings with programs on various topics relating to the Fair.

It has always been a tradition of the organization to have a meeting on April 30th to celebrate “opening day”, (the day the fair opened, April 30th,1904), and to have a “closing day” banquet on December 1st (the day the fair closed, December 1st 1904) .

Most meetings have a drawing for an attendance prize for members attending the meeting. You may register every time you attend a meeting at the reception table near the door.  Attending more meetings will give you more opportunities to win.  Attendance prizes will vary. Often they will match the subject of the meeting.  You must be present to win.

The meetings are always well attended with people very knowledgeable about the fair. Please feel free to attend and ask questions. Visitors are always welcome.

March 18, 2021
  • Indiana at the 1904 World's Fair

    March 18, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

    The State of Indiana led the way in participating in the Louisiana Purchase Exposition.  Sally Carter will tell us about Indiana at the Fair, as well as how they represented this historical exposition in their state museum.  Indiana's 1904 World's Fair efforts included constructing their impressive state pavilion, arranging for many significant state and company exhibits, and numerous visits by dignitaries and state residents.  Sally works at The Haan Museum of Indiana Art in Lafayette, which is in the relocated Connecticut Building from the 1904 World's Fair. The museum has hosted had occasional "World's Fair Days" over the last several years to celebrate their connection to the St. Louis World's Fair. They have been very popular and well attended.

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