“A Night at the Museum”
“A Night at the Museum” at the Black River Academy Museum
“A Night at the Museum” is the theme of BRAM’s annual fundraiser to be held on Saturday, September 12th from 6 PM to 8:30 PM, at the museum, 14 High Street, Ludlow. Wine, beer, hearty hors d’oeuvres, live music and a wide selection of items in the silent auction will insure a fun evening. The museum will also have small “theme” baskets for a raffle as well as a “Treasure Hunt” in which people will search for ten listed items somewhere in the museum. This is a nice way to explore the museum.
Unique experiences are stressed in the silent auction, some of which are 8 Zumba classes, green fees for four at Okemo Valley Golf Club and a guided tour at Green Mountain Sugar House with 1//2 gallon of maple syrup and maple creamies for the family just to mention a few. Subway’s, Big Eye’s Bakery and Cook’s Cupboard gift certificates are also in the auction. A NYC apartment, on the Upper West Side, for three nights is also offered. The Weston Playhouse has generously donated two tickets for the main stage play along with two tickets for that night’s cabaret show. On the epicurean theme, Black River Produce has donated a lobster dinner for four with all the trimmings. There are many more items, with golf and skiing being well represented.
Mr. Darcy’s, a local restaurant, is donating all of the food that will be served and the live music has been donated by 3 To The Bar, a trio comprised of Camille and Graham Parker of Gypsy Reel and Jon Clinch, writer, songwriter and singer.
Tickets are $30 per person and can be bought at The Book Nook, The Wine and Cheese Shop or at the museum. We will be glad to hold your tickets at the door the night of the event. For more information please call 802-228-5050, email email@example.com.
Basket Weaving Workshop offered at the Museum Saturday, Sept. 12th
On Saturday, September 12th the museum will hold a basket weaving workshop led by Mary Conradt, from 10 AM to 4 PM. The weavers will make the lovely basket shown below, with a pattern of dyed stakes and weavers. It also features decorative leather handles and a filled base.
The fee is $65 per person and includes supplies. The participants are asked to bring clothespins, pencils, a ruler and lunch. Please register by September 1st so we can order supplies. For further information call Georgia Brehm at 802-228-5050 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Country Counter Basket the weavers will create in the workshop.
A Walk Through Vermont History, Saturday September 19th
The Museum and The Book Nook will host “A Walk Through Vermont History” on Saturday, September 19th. The daylong event will start with historical tour through the village of Ludlow with students from the Ludlow Elementary School 6th graders in period costumes at fifteen stops along the route and features three authors talks about Vermont historical events.
After the tour the three featured authors, Bruce Venter, Gary Shattuck and Michelle Arnosky Sherborne will talk about specific events in Vermont history. The museum will open at 9:30 for coffee, the village tour will start at 10 AM after Gary Shattuck will speak. There will be a lunch break, provided, after which the Bruce Venter and Michelle Arnosky Sherburne will speak. The museum doors will open at 9:30 for coffee and the event is planned to end at 2:30.
The fee for the event is $20 per person and includes morning coffee and lunch. Please call 802-228-3238, 802-228-5050 or email email@example.com for further information and to register.
Recent books by the three featured authors in the all day program.