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201 E. Lamar
Sherman, Texas 75090
June and July –Thursdays 1-5 pm
When can I visit the museum?
We are open from 1-5 on Saturdays unless indicated otherwise on the website home page. VIEW HOMEPAGE
How much does it cost?
Admission is free! We would like to keep it that way for as long as possible.
How is the museum supported?
Along with the generosity of the donors listed below, the museum is a project of the Collins-Binkley Foundation, Inc., a 501c(3) non-profit educational foundation.
Is this building wheelchair accessible?
The building is not wheelchair accessible. Please watch your step!
WHERE CAN I GET MORE INFORMATION ON JAZZ ONLINE?
Follow these links to learn more:
Subscribe on iTunes to the Maynard Ferguson Podcast for additional episodes.
Credit to Donors
Donations are tax deductible and will be routed to the Collins-Binkley Foundation, Inc. to be used for the sole purpose of the Sherman Jazz Museum. If you have any physical assets you would like to donate to the museum, please contact Bill Collins
We would like to thank the following people and organizations for their monetary donations, intellectual assistance and/or significant contributions to the education and preservation of Jazz:
Leonard & Betsy Belota
Mark & Evie Taylor
Charlie Bertini Richard & Sharon Flatt/AT&T Matching
Barbara J. Kelly
Johnny Paul’s Music Shop
Royce & LaRue D’Arcy
Rick and Jane Rhodes
Tom & Emily Borling
Emily Miller & Family
Tony & Julie Johnson/National Fidelity
Foundation Matching Gifts
Bruce & Jan Collier
Mrs. Marjorie Lynn Hall
Dr. Robert Morgan
Mary & Woody Woods
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Ostrum/Karen
Jon & Lynn Stone
Bill & Debbie Snodgrass
Rod & Diane LaGrone
Bruce Collier/90th Floor Records
Leon & Bennye Wayne Breeden
The Leon Breeden Family
Jay & Pat Saunders
Roger & Cathy Dismore
Jim & Susan McDaniel
James & Patti Davis
Dr. Robert & Helen Morgan
Linda & Ed Miles
Ann & Charles Florsheim
Friends of Sherman Public Library
Gerald & Nelda Bennett
Jazz Player Radio has donated their entire collection of interviews to the Museum, including interviews of Bobby Shew, Clark Terry, Roger Ingram, and many more. A special thanks to Jake Sommers of Jazz Player Radio for his belief in our mission.
“You have to know who came before to take it to the next step.”