The former L&N Train Depot
is home to the museum.
The City of DeFuniak Springs restored the Depot in 2002.
Walton County Museum Open
Tuesday - Saturday 1 to 4 pm.
|"Finding Gold as a Beginning Researcher".
APRIL MEMBERS MEETING
Guest Speaker - AuthorRosemary Pendery
Rosemary Pendery is an American author who lives in DeFuniak Springs. Over the years her short stories, poems and articles have appeared in news journals including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The International Christian Science Monitor and the DeFuniak Springs Herald Breeze. Her first book was published by William Morrow in 1971 and was a New York Times Most Notable book.
After her talk, you may purchase her books which are also available on Amazon.com.
After moving to DeFuniak Springs in 1971, she became a visiting chaplain for Eglin Federal Prison. In 1982 she was invited to minister to inmates at both Walton and Santa Rosa Maximum Security Prisons. Today she also works with service personnel at both Eglin and Hurlburt Fields, churches and youth groups and others as an ordained minister.