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September 2017 – Buying a Home in Pennsylvania?
Erin, the Stoogeum’s archivist, chatted about the museum’s collection with the people over at Pennsylvania Homes.
Did you know that Moe’s live appearance jacket that is on display still has his comb in the pocket?
June 2017 – Pinball Machine tune up
The Stoogeum’s custom pinball machine needed another tuneup recently, so our friends at TNT Amusements in Southampton, PA came to the rescue.
Check out TNT’s YouTube channel, created by the man in charge at TNT, Todd Tuckey. In this video, Todd compiled some clips from past Stooge conventions along with a shout out to the Stoogeum and our then under the weather pinball motherboard.
As always, thanks a million to Todd and Curt for all of their help and support!
Keep checking back in for special events announcement and schedule updates!
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September 2017 – Thank you to everyone who joined us for our Summer Saturday Open Houses! We hope that everyone also enjoyed the 2017 Pike Fest! Remember that the Stoogeum is still open every Thursday (except holidays) and weekday appointments are still available!
June 2017 – Andy Gotlieb from the Jewish Exponent visited the Stoogeum. A repeat visitor to the museum, Mr. Gotlieb got a change to chat with Gary about the Stooges and how the Stoogeum got started.
May 2017 – 6ABC featured the Stoogeum, along with 5 other area museums, for International Museum Day. The video on their site features Gary Lassin chatting about the collection. Thanks for including us!
May 2017 – Thank you to all who joined Gary for an afternoon at the movies! Gary hosted The Three Stooges Film Fest at the Newtown Theatre in Newtown, PA.
March 2017 – The Pennsylvania Tourism Board highlighted the Stoogeum as one of The Top 15 Weird and Wacky Pennsylvania Attractions. The Stoogeum’s Outreach Coordinator Michelle spoke with WITF (Harrisburg, PA) Smart Talk host Scott LaMar about the Stooges’ legacy and the museum’s collection.
March 2017 – The Stoogeum is back in action after a recent round of improvements. Felicia Waynesboro wrote about it for Triple Cities Carousel from Binghampton, NY.
February 2017 – The Stoogeum has landed on another list of esteemed museums. This time we’ve been granted distinction as one of the 9 Weirdest Museums in Pennsylvania. Thanks to Jim Chaney for Penn Live for including us!
September 2016: Thanks to everyone who joined us this summer at the Stoogeum! We hope you had a chance to also check out Pike Fest before and/or after the September 17 open house.
June 2016: The Stoogeum got some gallery updates throughout the month of June. Check out this behind the scenes clip from our art gallery.
June 2016: Michael Milne included the Stoogeum on his Philadelphia Inquirer list of places your Dad might enjoy visiting in the Philadelphia area. The Stoogeum is great for everyone!
May 2016: Mitchell Smyth visited the Stoogeum and shared his experiences with the Toronto Sun. Check it out!
April 2016: Thank you to everyone who joined us for our special open houses on March 25 and April 1!
March 2016: Hey, neighbor! Thanks for the Stoogeum shout outs, Lower Gwynedd Business Association!
September 2015: The Stoogeum was mentioned in Leonard Maltin’s blog post for Indie Wire.
August 2015: Gary Lassin hosted the annual Three Stooges screening at the Ambler Theater on August 12, 2015.
July 2015: Marshall Berdan wrote about his return visit to the Stoogeum for The Dallas Morning News.
May 2015: The Special Summer Saturday schedule was announced. The museum would be open on Saturday June 20, July 18, and August 15 from 10am to 3pm.
April 2015: The Stoogeum held a bonus open house on Friday April 2, 2015.
February 2015: The Stoogeum debuted a new website! Fan Club member Cruz Mejias of wcrewdesign designed the layout and provided support to the Stoogeum’s staff.
7.22.14: Molly Golubcow explores the Stooges’ connection to New Jersey in this piece for Jerseyman Magazine.
6.25.14: The Stoogeum is included as one of the highlights of Ambler, PA for a new Visit Philly Campaign, featured in this photo gallery from the Ambler Gazette.
1.22.14: Ann Witmer spotlighted the Stoogeum in her column “Not Far by Car” for The Patriot News.
7.9.13: Highlights of the Valley Forge Region include The Stoogeum in Malerie Yolen-Cohen’s Huff Post Travel article Eccentrics R’ Us.
7.9.13: A take on the Stooges’ family lives on display at the Stoogeum was featured in Bucks County Courier Times.
6.11.13: Mike Morsh for the Ambler Gazette spotlights what’s new at the museum in his article “Stoogeum a mecca for all Knuckleheads.”
3.26.13: Cinedelphia at the Stoogeum!
Stoogeum Open House – Saturday April 6 Open 10am to 3pm. Regular admission fees apply!
Adults $10 Students with ID $8 Seniors $8 Kids (12 & Under) FREE Cash or check only! The Stoogeum is a part of the 2013 Cinedelphia Film Festival! Gary Lassin will host a special presentation “Larry Fine and the Stoogeum” at 11am in the Stoogeum’s theater.
2.6.13: JUST IN! The Stoogeum now offers postcards in the gift shop! Five different designs feature some of our best exhibits. Great for sending to family and friends or just as mementos of your visit! Postcards are $1 each or $4 for a set of five (tax not included). Come visit us and pick up a few!
11.28.12: Beginning in January 2013, the Stoogeum will be open every Thursday (except holidays) from 10AM-3PM. We will also be open by appointment. To inquire about visiting by appointment, email: email@example.com
To better support the museum and its collections, there will be an admission charge in 2013 as follows:
$8 Seniors (65+)
$8 Students (13+ with ID)
Free children 12 and under
Cash or check only!
2.14.11: Stoogeum Curator Gary Lassin will be interviewed on West Chester, PA radio station, WCHE-AM 1520 on Friday, February 18, 2011.
9.30.10: A feature article about the Stoogeum appears in the September issue of D-Town Magazine.
8.31.10: The Stoogeum’s Three Stooges Pinball Machine has been featured in the July issue of Pingame Journal.
8.1.10: Stoogeum curator Gary Lassin will host a Three Stooges Film Festival at the Ambler Theateron Wednesday, August 4, 2010 at 7PM.
4.19.10: A feature article about the Stoogeum appears in the April 2010 edition of Backroads magazine.
3.4.10: A feature article about the Stoogeum appears in the Winter 2010 edition of Where & When: The Pennsylvania Travel Guide.
The Stoogeum gets rave reviews from none other than the New York Times!
8.18.09: Stoogeum curator Gary Lassin will do a radio interview on West Chester, PA radio station WCHE-AM 1520 on Friday, August 21, 2009 at 2PM.
6.16.09: The local CBS-TV station, Channel 3, broadcast portions of its morning show live from the Stoogeum today. Reporter Lesley Van Arsdall was on hand to do several live remotes as well as a few pre-recorded segments highlighting portions of the Stoogeum’s collection.
5.4.09: Two more supporting actors who worked with the Stooges have appeared at the Stoogeum recently. Samson Burke and Quinn Redeker, co-stars of The Three Stooges Meet Hercules were recent visitors as part of the annual meeting of the Three Stooges Fan Club. The event also featured first-time visits to the Stoogeum for Curly’s grandsons, Brad & Darren Server and Curly’s great-granddaughter, Lizzie Server.
3.14.09: New Visitation Policy for 2009, The Stoogeum will feature monthly “open house” dates and will no longer take appointments for group visits. “Open House” dates for the remainder of 2009 are: Saturday, August 8 Saturday, September 12 Saturday, October 3 Saturday, November 28 Saturday, December 26. Dates for 2010 will be announced in October
9.25.08: Just a reminder that there will be an “open house” at the Stoogeum on Sat. Oct.4 from 10am-5pm. You can stop by any time during those hours without an appointment.
9.11.08: The Stoogeum is featured in an article by The Pottstown Mercury.
8.30.08: The Stoogeum Named Best of Philly Philadelphia Magazine’s annual “Best of Philly” edition for 2008 has named The Stoogeum a winner in its “Off The Beaten Path” category.
7.17.08: Stoogeum curator Gary Lassin will host a Three Stooges Filmfest at the Ambler Theater in Ambler, PA on Wednesday, August 13 at 7:30 PM.
6.23.08: The Stoogeum is Voted Best Museum in Montgomery County Readers of the Philadelphia Inquirer have voted the Stoogeum as the “Best Museum in Montgomery County” in the newspaper’s annual “Reader’s Choice” awards. The Stoogeum will receive a plaque and banner to commemorate the selection by the readers.
6.1.08: Stoogeum curator Gary Lassin will be a guest on the Mike O’Meara Show, which airs on the Westwood One radio network. Gary’s segment should air at around 4:10 PM on Wednesday, June 4, 2008. The following “open house” dates have been set for 2008.
4.18.08: The Stoogeum will be open to visitors with no appointment necessary on the following dates: Saturday, June 21 Saturday, August 16 Saturday, October 4
4.15.08: Stoogeum curator Gary Lassin will appear live on Atlantic City, NJ radio station WOND-AM 1400 on Friday, April 18 at 6:35PM.
3.1.08: The Washington Post recently stopped by the Stoogeum for a visit.
2.2.08: The Stoogeum has finished undergoing some renovations and the installation of a few new displays and is now re-opened. Email curator Gary Lassin to schedule an appointment for a visit.
11.21.07: Please Note: The Stoogeum will be closed from December 1, 2007 thru January 31, 2008 for renovations and the installation of some new exhibits.
10.22.07: PBS Visits the Stoogeum – Watch the YouTube Video
10.13.07: The Stoogeum will be featured on a TV magazine show called “Tempo” which will air on Allentown’s PBS affiliate, WLVT channel 39. This station is available on most Comcast cable systems in the Philadelphia area. The show will air on Tuesday night, October 16 at 7:30 PM and will be re-broadcast again on Friday night, October 19 at 7:30 PM.
10.9.07: Stoogeum To Be Closed For Renovations
The Stoogeum will be closed from mid-November thru mid-January so that several new displays and exhibitscan be installed….no appointments will be scheduled during this time period.
9.20.07: Open House Reminder
The Stoogeum will be hosting an open house on Saturday, October 6 from 10AM until 4PM. Stooges merchandise vendors will have memorabilia for sale and there will special presentations in the Stoogeum Theater including:
- Newly discovered behind-the-scenes color footage of the Stooges taken in the 1940s
- Larry Fine’s niece Phyllis Goldbloom’s slide show with family pictures of her Uncle Larry
9.14.07: Gary Lassin will be a doing a live, 1-hour internet interview on Thursday, Sept. 27 from 11PM until midnight.
9.4.07: Stoogeum curator Gary Lassin will be interviewed on Tampa, FL radio station WFLA-AM 970 on Thursday, September 6 at 8:40 AM.
8.31.07: The Stoogeum is featured in an article by USA Today.
8.30.07: There will be an “open house” at the Stoogeum on Saturday, October 6 from 10AM until 4PM… anyone can stop by for a visit without an appointment during those hours.
8.25.07: Gary Lassin will appear live on Retirement Living Television’s “Daily Cafe” show on Tuesday, Aug. 28. to promote the Stooges, fan club and Stoogeum. The show airs from 2-4PM Eastern time.
8.10.07: The Stoogeum’s curator, Gary Lassin, will be doing the following radio interviews during the month of August: Fri. August 17… WPEN-AM 950 (Philadelphia, PA) from 10PM-midnight Mon. August 20…WEEU-AM 830 (Reading, PA) from 11AM-noon
8.1.07: The Stoogeum will be holding an “open house” on Saturday, August 11 from 10AM until 4PM. Anyone can stop by for a visit without an appointment during those hours. Future “open house” dates will be announced on this page as they are scheduled.
6.10.07: The Stoogeum is featured in an article by The Houston Chronicle.
The Stoogeum is featured in an article by Philadelphia City Paper.
A great site dedicated to the career of Stooges supporting actress Sylvia Lewis (Bedlam in Paradise)
The official site for Stooges’ supporting actress Nita Bieber (Rhythm and Weep)
Greg Hilbrich’s The Columbia Shorts Department site catalogs not only the Stooges’ films but other two reeler comedies from Columbia.