Piano Smash 06-23-13
Photos by John Ehlke
Noelle Poupore of West Bend puts the remains of the sledgehammer atop of the Kimball piano outside the Old Courthouse Museum in West Bend on Sunday afternoon. The piano smash event was apart of Free Museums Admissions Week.  Washington County Historical Society Director Patricia Lutz said the old Kimball piano was one a person would find in an old school house.  The piano was donated to the Historical Society. Lutz said the piano had no historical value. Attempts to sell or give the piano away failed. The winner of the Piano Smash won a trip to the Old Courthouse Tower. Trevor Soyk, 12, of West Bend takes a swing at an old Kimball piano outside the Old Courthouse Museum in West Bend on Sunday afternoon. The piano smash event was apart of Free Museums Admissions Week.  Washington County Historical Society Director Patricia Lutz said the old Kimball piano was one a person would find in an old school house.  The piano was donated to the Historical Society. Lutz said the piano had no historical value. Attempts to sell or give the piano away failed. The winner of the Piano Smash won a trip to the Old Courthouse Tower. The broken keys of the Kimball piano outside the Old Courthouse Museum in West Bend on Sunday afternoon. The piano smash event was apart of Free Museums Admissions Week.  Washington County Historical Society Director Patricia Lutz said the old Kimball piano was one a person would find in an old school house.  The piano was donated to the Historical Society. Lutz said the piano had no historical value. Attempts to sell or give the piano away failed. The winner of the Piano Smash won a trip to the Old Courthouse Tower. The Kimball piano after two contestants had their swings outside the Old Courthouse Museum in West Bend on Sunday afternoon. The piano smash event was apart of Free Museums Admissions Week.  Washington County Historical Society Director Patricia Lutz said the old Kimball piano was one a person would find in an old school house.  The piano was donated to the Historical Society. Lutz said the piano had no historical value. Attempts to sell or give the piano away failed. The winner of the Piano Smash won a trip to the Old Courthouse Tower. The broken sledgehammer after Noelle Poupore of West Bend took a few swings outside the Old Courthouse Museum in West Bend on Sunday afternoon. The piano smash event was apart of Free Museums Admissions Week.  Washington County Historical Society Director Patricia Lutz said the old Kimball piano was one a person would find in an old school house.  The piano was donated to the Historical Society. Lutz said the piano had no historical value. Attempts to sell or give the piano away failed. The winner of the Piano Smash won a trip to the Old Courthouse Tower. Noelle Poupore of West Bend uses the head of the broken sledgehammer to hit at a few more keys on the Kimball piano outside the Old Courthouse Museum in West Bend on Sunday afternoon. The piano smash event was apart of Free Museums Admissions Week.  Washington County Historical Society Director Patricia Lutz said the old Kimball piano was one a person would find in an old school house.  The piano was donated to the Historical Society. Lutz said the piano had no historical value. Attempts to sell or give the piano away failed. The winner of the Piano Smash won a trip to the Old Courthouse Tower.
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