Japanese Bathhouse

HBH DONENewly restored! After a hard day’s work in the fields, many Japanese-American farmers enjoyed a nice soak in the furoba. The day’s cares and worries dissolved in the warm waters. The Hori family built their bathhouse in 1930s next to their home, the Neely Mansion.

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Upcoming Events


Celebrate the 125-year-old Mansion and honor the five diverse families who lived and farmed at this National Historic Site from the Victorian Era through the 1980s. 

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Jul
27
Sat
10:00 am Vintage Market @ Neely Mansion
Vintage Market @ Neely Mansion
Jul 27 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
A variety of vendors will offer vintage clothing, furniture, home decor, jewelry, spun wool items and handmade collectibles as well as plants, flowers and produce. The Neely Gift Shop and Master Gardeners will have a[...]
1:00 pm Saturday Open House @ Neely Mansion
Saturday Open House @ Neely Mansion
Jul 27 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Tours of the Mansion, 1930s Japanese-American Bath house, and grounds.
Aug
3
Sat
1:00 pm Saturday Open House @ Neely Mansion
Saturday Open House @ Neely Mansion
Aug 3 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Tours of the Mansion, 1930s Japanese-American Bath house, and grounds.
Aug
10
Sat
1:00 pm Saturday Open House @ Neely Mansion
Saturday Open House @ Neely Mansion
Aug 10 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Tours of the Mansion, 1930s Japanese-American Bath house, and grounds.

Membership

Your support is important to the success of the Association and its goals. If you have not joined yet, please don’t delay. Just fill out the membership form write a check or use Paypal.
Please consider becoming a volunteer too; the goals will be achieved sooner with more volunteers!

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Please contact Linda Van Nest, Membership Chair, with any questions or comments about membership or volunteer opportunities.

If These Walls Could Talk

If These Walls Could Talk

DVD available now! The Neely Mansion Association recently produced a DVD titled ‘If These Walls Could Talk” depicting vignettes in the lives of each of the five families who lived at the Victorian farmhouse.  

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