Robbins Hunter Museum Displays Historical Dress In New Exhibit “Ordinary & Extraordinary: Victorian Undergarments 1860 - 1880”
Welsh Hills School student scarecrows will invade the lawn of The Robbins Hunter Museum! This year the WHS students will research artists and then design and construct a scarecrow to represent their chosen artist.
Christmas trees galore are displayed throughout the holiday season! For starters, wax nostalgic over the 50's tree, and relish in the beauty of the dried flower tree. So much more to see!
Calling all Robbins Hunter Museum members, veterans and those currently serving in the armed forces….
This is a special invitation for you to be among the first to get an up-close look at the RHM dressed in our Christmas finery!
No reservation needed.
Children of all ages are invited to build and decorate their own “gingerbread” house to have on display during the Candlelight Walking Tour. All supplies included for each session; all you add is your creativity! Decorate a house with your family or create your own unique entry without the mess at your own house. Register through GRD, but program held at the Robbins Hunter Museum.
Gingerbread House contest held in cooperation with Granville Recreation District. Contest rules and registration forms are available on the GRD website at www.granvillerec.org. Drop off entries at the Robbins Hunter Museum on November 29 between 1PM - 4PM. Enter through the side door across from the library. Registration form and fee must accompany entry. Judging will take place November 30th. Houses will be displayed at the Robbins Hunter Museum during the Candlelight Walking Tour on December 1st, but must be picked up by December 4th. All houses left after December 4 will be donated to a local charity.
Experience the magic of the season as you walk through the Avery-Downer house with its magnificently decorated trees. Enter a magic land of gingerbread houses. Visit Santa on the porch of the Knobel Folly in the garden from 1-4PM.
January 29, 2019: Social Justice Advocacy, Gender Equality and Family Rights
Join Mary Frances Berry, the Geraldine R. Segal Professor of American Social Thought, and the Professor of History at the University of Pennsylvania, at the roundtable. Berry is a past chair of the US Commission on Civil Rights, and brings many of the issues confronting Woodhull that are still in discussion today to the table. We will host a discussion for audience members to explore the subjects brought up by Ms. Berry.
Held at the Robbins Hunter Museum
Doors open at 7 ~ Program begins promptly at 7:30
Program is presented in partnership with Denison University; faculty/staff/students are invited to attend free of charge.
Members of Robbins Hunter Museum and all students may also participate free of charge. We only ask that you pre-register so that we are able to accommodate the size of our audience. Please fill out the form below.