Sat, May 20 has been set as Spruce Up Day at the Museum. We will be there 9am till ?
Some items to be done.
In the yard:
Trim the hedge
Trim the yard
Plant some flowers(?)
Put some weeds
In the buildings
Whistle House- sweep and dust
Law office- same
Come and enjoy cleaning. Coffee and something will be available
Saturday April 8-WWI Display
The War to end all wars was raging in Europe when on April 6, 1917 the United States decided to enter World War I.
To honor the memory of the men and women from Middleborough who answered the call to join the military forces, a special exhibit has been created at the Middleborough Historical Museum.
The exhibit will open for viewing on Saturday, April 8 at 2pm and be the featured exhibit for this upcoming season.
At 3pm there will be a show and tell program. If you have any items or stories you might have heard about WWI please bring them and share with others.
A short membership meeting will follow the program.
The museum at 18 Jackson Street is located behind the local police & fire stations.
The event is free and open to the public.
Tuesday May 23rd– Deborah Sampson Day
The M.H.A. will hold its membership meeting at 6:30. Following the meeting the guest speaker will be “Judith Kalaora Presents: Deborah Sampson” Experience Mrs. Deborah Samson Gannett’s arduous upbringing, one and a half years of active combat, and success as the first female professional soldier, through interactive stories and authentic colonial attire. Deborah’s passion will take you back in time!
Saturday May 27– Museum opened 1-4pm
Saturday June 3– Museum opens for summer hours. Wednesdays and Saturday’s 1-4pm
We will be starting our annual membership drive soon so be on the outlook for your renewal forms.
New Year’s Eve found the Museum decorated and well-lit as it hosted a party to welcome 2017. As the clock made its way to midnight (which happened to be 8pm on Middleborough Museum Time) the attending membership enjoyed a variety of culinary delights prepared by the guests themselves. Sparkling conversation combined with good friends made the evening an enjoyable event.
After a toast to health and happiness in the New Year the assembled throng was witness to the ball (star) dropping into a field of blazing lights with a sign wishing everyone a “HAPPY NEW YEAR.”
Thanks to all who helped in making this event possible.