Second Fridays - The museum is open on the second Friday of each month from 6:00 to 8:00 pm during the Art in the Alley event.  

Enter a time machine and visit Mount Dora in the 1900s at the Mount Dora History Museum on Friday, January 11, from 6:00-8:00 pm while enjoying “Art in the Alley.”  Charlotte Jardine will portray a Mount Dora resident who experienced the local history and culture.  Charlotte most recently performed at the Ice House Theater in Mary Poppins.  She is well-known at all of the Lake County community theaters.  

Panel of Citrus Growers - Sunday, January 27 at 2:00 pm at the W.T. Bland library 


Over 400 people enjoyed the screenings of the new documentary, “On the Shores of Lake Dora,”  in March.  The film follows several key developments in the history of Mount Dora’s waterfront with insights from local citizens Shirley Grantham, Jefferson Ray III, and Brandon Wald.  The documentarian is Matt Hyland, a graduate of Mount Dora High School and a University of Central Florida film student.  DVDs of the documentary are on sale for $20 at the history museum.