Join us at the Black River Academy Museum for a fun evening of painting soup bowls and sipping beverages while enjoying the company of fellow would-be artists.

No painting experience is needed. Stencils will be available for those of you that need a little help in the artistic department.

Georgia Brehm, museum director, will be available for any guidance needed. The soup bowl(s) is yours to take home and enjoy during the coming winter months filled with your own delicious soups, stews, or chili. There is a suggested $10 donation for unpainted soup bowl, and paint supplies. This is a BYOB evening.

Hope to see you at the museum on Thursday, September 20 from 6-8pm at 14 High Street in Ludlow. Above is a photo of one of the pretty designs that could be used on your own personalized bowl.

Chair Caning Class

RESCHEDULED! Saturday, September 8

Do you have a favorite chair that needs some repairs and you are not sure what to do with it? Well, join us at the museum on Saturday, September 8th, from 10am until 4pm.

All supplies will be included with the $65.00 donation. Participants are asked to bring a bag lunch.

We would like to see your chair before August 6th, so that the correct supplies will be ready for your use.

You can email the photo(s) to Georgia Brehm, museum director by clicking here. See you there with your chair.

Fundraising Dinner!


Tired of trying to figure out what’s for dinner tonight? Give yourself a break.

Treat the family to a night out at Willie Dunn’s
restaurant located at the Okemo Valley Golf Club at 89 Fox Lane in Ludlow. The Black River Academy Museum is holding a fundraiser there on Thursday, July 19th from 5-8pm. Have a fabulous dinner with family and friends and a portion of all proceeds will be donated to BRAM for the preservation and conservation of this historic building. This event is open to the public; everyone is invited. Hope to see you out on the patio eating a delicious meal, partaking in a cool summer drink, and enjoying serene mountain views.