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Summer has finally arrived and South County Museum is making a big song and dance about it! Get your groove on at The “Music at the Museum” concert with live music, yard games, and local fare on June 26th from 4:00-9:00 pm.
Dance the night away with 4 local Rhode Island performers, including Third Signal, Rhode to Bali, Guess Method, Dudemanbro. Your family can enjoy a lively mix of tunes, from bluesy-island and indie-jazz beats to rock reggae jams. Get a taste of local flavors with Rhode Island food truck favorites the whole family can enjoy, including Gansett Poke, Paco’s Tacos, and RI Cruisin’ Cocktails. Bring your appetite and your dancing shoes for a historic night of music and dancing on our sprawling campus!
$20 Adult non-member
$15 Adult member
$15 Child non-member
$10 Child member
Free: Children under 6
Happy St Patrick’s day folks! Feeling the luck of the Irish? If so, try your luck at our 50/50 raffle! For every 5 dollars donated, 1 ticket will be put in the bowl, and names will be chosen at the end of the month. 50 percent of the proceeds will go to the winner, and the other 50 percent will go to organizing our Spring family event at the museum on April 3rd(free admission for members, and a $15 admission for non-members). We take pride in creating these quarterly events for our members, and our goal is to be able to keep creating events and smiles! Please consider taking a shot at our 50/50 raffle, you may just be the lucky leprechaun! Purchase your raffle tickets today online, our gift shop, or by calling the office (401) 783-5400.
Professional photographer and active South County Museum board member, Josh Edenbaum continues to give back to Southern Rhode Island in many ways.
Josh joined the South County Museum board in 2019. He has generously offered the museum his photography expertise and talent, on top of his ongoing board responsibilities. When asked why Josh agreed to join the South County Museum on the mission to capture your stories that are our shared history, he says it was two things: a great community of people and the setting. The museum is “a little unique oasis of history tucked in a beautiful corner of Narragansett.”
Currently, he stands out for his work during COVID-19 for supporting local businesses through the Front Porch Portrait Project as a professional photographer. Read more about Josh’s “heartwarming and inspiring” Front Poarch Project work taking countless free photos while raising money for local businesses in the Providence Business News.
He is also a contributor to the new “COVID-19 in South County” collection at the museum, which is documenting Southern Rhode Island’s unique story through these unprecedented times. We hope you will share your stories, photos, videos, writing, and art. Please sign up for our newsletter to hear more about this project or contact Assistant Director, Heather Pouliot Kisilywicz at firstname.lastname@example.org.