We are calling them "oddities" because we find it strange that Mr. Pember collected garlic, gourds and cactus skeletons. We find it fascintating that found in his collection is a boxwood stem/leaves on a card with a handwritten note stating that the boxwood comes from "Washington's garden" in Mount Vernon, VA. There's no date and only a "Presented by Mrs. A.D. Frisbie, Cambridge NY" (Alonzo D.; wife Frances L.) on the back. Also, very interesting is heather from Scotland, and a poppy anemone from Palestine. This round of specimens will be on exhibit until February 18, 2017. Please stop by the museum for a visit.

Dec-Feb

 

27Jun
06.27.2018 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
A Good Yarn
4Jul
07.04.2018
Closed
6Jul
07.06.2018
NO First Friday
7Jul
07.07.2018 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Summer Reading ~ Learn with Linda
10Jul
07.10.2018 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Pember PeaPods (preschool storytime)
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PTHW 2018 LOGO with dates