Seven of her nine children joined fans from as far away as Japan to honor the singing family's matriarch and dedicate the log cabin as a museum. Items on display there include a sewing table that each of the Osmond brothers carved his initials into.
The cabin sits on property donated by local high school teacher Luke Waldron. Waldron says he restored the structure with "a lot of community involvement," including help from several Eagle Scouts.
Among the dedication attendees was Donny Osmond, who called the experience "surreal" and said, "You can feel her presence here."