Saturday, October 26, 2019
at 6pm

Join us for the festivities at the Black River Academy Museum on Saturday, October 26, 2019 starting at 6pm. It’s time for our Fall Harvest Soup ‘n Sip annual fundraising gala event. There will be many activities taking place such as raffles, grab bags and silent auction items donated by our local businesses.

Delicious soups/chowders/chili will be provided to warm you on a cool autumn evening. Liquid refreshments will also be available for purchase. The cost of admission is $25 to support our local historical site. This function is geared towards adults twenty one or older. Hope to see you then at 14 High Street, Ludlow. As a reminder, our building is handicap accessible.

Saturday, August 24th, 2019

is Honored to be Joining the
American Legion Ballard-Hobart Post # 36
In an exhibition of military artifacts from the
Civil War to present day,
many of them from members of the local community. Items in the exhibit will be from the museum’s collection along with artifacts from members of the American Legion.

Exhibits open 11 am – 8 pm
Chicken BBQ starting at 11 am ($10/person)
Cocktail Party (with hors d’oeuvres) from 5:30 – 8:00 pm

Join us for this day long celebratory event as The American Legion celebrates 100 years of “Veterans Still Serving America”.
Ballard-Hobart Post # 36, 133 Main St, Ludlow, VT

Through the generosity of
American Legion Ballard-Hobart Post # 36
proceeds from all activities during the day
will go to the support of the
Black River Academy Museum
Items in the exhibition will include items from the
Black River Academy Museum as well as items from
Members of the American Legion

Friday, July 26th & Saturday, July 27th
@ 7:30pm

Tickets: $10
There will be an intermission with refreshments!

The BLACK RIVER ACADEMY MUSEUM is presenting a play written by Nora and Delia Ephron based on the book by Ilene Beckerman. The show is a scrapbook of humorous and poignant vignettes that all women can relate to. It follows stories about the nostalgic power of women’s clothing. Some call it a “chick flick” with relatable characters, quotable comedy, and the right amount of sentimental moments mixed in. This Off-Broadway production earned several recognitions: 2010 Drama Desk Awards (Unique Theatrical Experience) and 2010 Audience Choice Awards (Favorite New Off-Broadway Play).

Under the direction of Stephanie Rowe, the cast members are made up of women from this area. Ann Fuhlbush, Proctorsville; Kate King, Perkinsville, Aprille Lawrence and Bailey Matteson, Springfield; Sara Norcross from Reading and Judie Raffetty from Ludlow. Support the museum and the arts and our local talent. See you soon at 14 High Street, Ludlow.

Call 802-228-5050 to reserve a ticket, or come by the Museum Tues-Sat 12-4pm