A Letter from the Executive Director & Board of Directors Chair

What would you want future generations to know about your experience living in this moment with COVID-19?

The South County Museum’s staff, board, and volunteers remain dedicated to researching, preserving, and celebrating Southern Rhode Island’s historic moments, including this one. We are also committed to maintaining a healthy and safe environment in order to halt the spread of COVID-19.

We are reducing transmission by working remotely and the museum’s campus will remain closed to visitors and volunteers until the right time presents itself to welcome you back; however, the museum is always here for you. If you have a matter that needs our attention, please do not hesitate to reach out via phone or email. Stay safe and stay in touch.

In the coming weeks, we will be offering new programming as the museum evolves to virtually collect, document, and exhibit history. Spend some time on our websiteFacebook page, and Instagram profile to take part in our community, share your stories, and experience how the past is relevant today.

 

Your stories are our history.

 

Sincerely,

Jim Crothers, Executive Director
Daryl Anderson, Board President