When: Sat., Feb. 11, 12-4 p.m. 2017
Explore the museum and learn how it plans to fulfill its mission as it moves ahead. This event kicks off the new year at the museum, and will showcase the newest exhibit, which focuses on the 1960s-era. The museum is a part of this era, as it opened its doors in 1960, thanks to our founder, Cecile Clarke. Whether you have never been to the museum, haven’t been here in a while, or are a frequent visitor, there will be something that interests you at out open house. Learn about the museum, view the collection, and experience the work being done here. Historical walking tours and oral presentations will be given by various docents throughout the day. To boost early year memberships, we will be having a membership drive in the lobby. If you haven’t signed up as a member with the museum, this would be a great day to pledge your support to the museum. A volunteer signup station will be set up to demonstrate volunteer opportunities and match potential volunteers to tasks which best suit their interests. Come learn about the benefits of membership. Door prizes, raffles, music, and tasty treats will all be a part of this fun event.