April 2018
The Dunton Post
The Dunton Post goes digital!
Starting this month, a monthly newsletter will be sent on what is happening at the Museum! Find out about events, new exhibits, building updates, curator highlights, and more!
March Event Recap | Upcoming April Events | Volunteer Opportunities
March Recap
Pour and Pair
March 3

Eighteen vendors were showing off their artisanal products; from small batch whiskey to old-fashioned, hand-cranked ice cream. The event brought over 100 people onto the grounds to enjoy good food, drink, and music!
Egg Hunt
March 24

Over 1500 eggs were placed on the Museum grounds for 100 children. After the hunt, families participated in a scavenger hunt and egg dying. Thank you to all our volunteers for helping to make this another successful event!
Tale As Old As Time Tea
Saturday, April 21 @ 1 pm
Be our guest! View the film, Beauty and the Beast, receive an etiquette lesson, and have some special treats. Open to the young and young at heart!

Volunteer Recognition Dinner
Thursday, April 26 @ 6:30 pm
T he yearly dinner is a chance to thank all our volunteers. This year's program features Lauren Szady as she travels back in time to the WWII era.(Invitation only event).
Rebel Voices: Songs of Joe Hill, Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan & Bruce Springsteen
Saturday, April 28 @ 6 pm
M usician and labor historian, Bucky Halker, combines musical performance and commentary in this special program of songs.

The Museum is growing and we need your help! There are many opportunities available for everyone!
  • House Walk ushers (May 20)
  • Farmers Market set up and tear down (flexible) (6/2-10/13)
  • Irish Fest (7/13 & 7/14)(Work one or both days)
  • Help Curator with ongoing tasks (flexible)
  • Work in the Heritage Gallery gift shop

Contact: Carol Frieburg
Looking Ahead
5/12 Mother's Day Tea at the Museum Register

5/20 25th Annual House Walk Register

6/2 Farmers Market season begins Learn More

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