Free with Museum Admission! Family fun every Sunday.
Programs & Events
- Museum hours: Tues-Sun, 10am-5pm; Café Flo hours: Tues-Sun, 11:30am-2:30pm.
- Adult Programs
- Art Bar
- Benefit Auction 2022
- Book Event
- Childrens Programs
- Current Exhibition Programming
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- Holiday Magic
- Members' Events
- Midsummer Festival
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- Wee Faerie Village
with Shana Reisig, Assistant Professor of Art History, Kent State University $10 (members 10% discount) Purchase tickets here Watermelons were a rowdy fruit in American art; they were shown leaking juice, vomiting seeds, and sliding across tables in still-life representations. The fruit’s reputation as messy and hard to control no doubt influenced artistic representations as...
with Dana Sherwood, Artist-in-Residence $10 (members 10% discount) Purchase tickets here Over the past decade, Dana Sherwood's art has pioneered an approach to understanding humans’ relationship to wild nature through her experiments with cross-species communication. In this talk the artist will share insights from her artistic journey around the globe, using food as a conduit...
with Julie Garvin Riggs, Manager of Youth Education & Outreach $25 (members 10% discount) Purchase tickets here The Museum’s Art•Bar combines creativity with light fare and libations. Join Julie Riggs for a fun and creative project. Design a colorful 3-D cover of your own journal as well as assemble pages for ongoing creative expression. All...
with Leslie Evans, Director, Avery-Copp House Museum, Groton, CT $20 (members 10% discount); limited to 18 participants Purchase tickets here Spend the afternoon with Evans learning the history of special herbs and spices used in delicious tea blends. Choose the herbs based on the desired health and happiness outcomes. Participants will learn about tea, drink...
Free Event Between 1670 and 1820 more than 200 enslaved African American and indigenous people labored in the historic town of Lyme. Today, Witness Stones along Lyme Street mark former sites of enslavement and indentured servitude. The Juneteenth celebration takes place on the grounds of the Museum and features music by the Nat Reeves Jazz...