Use a colonial tool called a lucet to make a bracelet for yourself or a friend.
Spend a half-day as a student in Little Compton’s first one-room schoolhouse, including both Colonial and Victorian times. Use reproduction schoolbooks and supplies to practice your reading, writing, and ‘rithmatic […]
Drop in any time between 4-7 PM to learn to safely clean historic gravestones. Pre-registration strongly encouraged to ensure sufficient supplies.
Candles took time and patience to make, drying between each dip into hot wax.
Clark Schoettle, Historical Preservationist This presentation will teach you how to “read” the history of a house based on architectural evidence. Clark will begin with an architectural overview of the […]
Darius Coombs, Cultural & Outreach Coordinator for Education for the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe The weeku (sometimes “wetu”) for Indigenous Nations of the Northeast has been used for thousands of years. […]
Valerie Talmage, Executive Director of Preserve Rhode Island How do owners plan for the preservation of their historic places? Valerie Talmage from Preserve Rhode Island will share some options for […]