Programs & Events
Please note: Dates and times are subject to change
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Wenham Museum's 42nd Annual Family Festival and Craft Fair
Saturday, August 23, 2014
Rain Date: Saturday, August 24, 2014
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
One of the North Shore's finest craft fairs featuring the region’s best artisans offering unique handcrafted items, children's activities and the museum galleries. Bring your best-loved doll to the doll clinic for minor repairs, and commission a keepsake hand-cut silhouette portrait. Treat yourself to lunch at the award-winning Fat Belly BBQ Truck and see a demonstration by the Window Woman of New England.
ARTISANS CONTACT: Cynthia Novotny
By Phone 978-468-2377 x110 or email.
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17th Century Saturdays
July 5, August 2, and October 4
11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Tour the museum’s 17th century house and discover how people lived, worked, dressed and played in New England for three centuries. Admission to the Claflin-Gerrish-Richards house is free through the Essex National Heritage Area Trails and Sails program. Museum galleries are included in museum admission.
SAVE THE DATE
Wenham Museum's Golf Tournament
Wenham Country Club | 94 Main Street, Wenham, MA
Friday, September 19, 2014
11:30 a.m. Registration
12:30 p.m. Shotgun Start
18 Holes | Best Ball of the Foursome
Contests, Prizes & Raffles
Boxed Lunch by Henry’s Fine Foods
Dinner to Follow at Wenham Tea House
$150 Per Golfer
H. Ernest Stone, Chair | Patricia Fallon
Bill Gribbell | Charlie Richey | Julia Robichau
Peter Simonsen | Christine M. Zampell
Contact: Wenham Museum Board President, Ernie Stone, Jr.
Attic Treasures Sale
Saturday, September 28 and Sunday, September 29
10 am – 4 pm
First Dibs Shop & Sip
Friday, September 27
5 – 7 pm
A $10 donation is requested for the Shop & Sip
Saturday, September 28 and Sunday, 29
Galleries are not included
Find vintage jewelry, accessories galore for you and like-new housewares, small furniture and decorative items for your home. New merchandise on Sunday and special deals throughout the sale.
Proceeds benefit the museum’s educational exhibits and programs.
Trails & Sails Events
Trails and Sails: My American Flag
Saturday, September 27
Free: Please complete a Trails and Sails form
Adults and children ages 10 and up
WWII survivor Christian de Marcken, will share his story of having his home in Belgium inspected nightly by German soldiers looking for signs of Allied soldiers or resistance materials. Each night his mother secretly sewed scrap material into an American flag to fly when they were liberated. Be fascinated by the firsthand account of an amazing story of survival and courage.
Trails and Sails: Dolls, Dolls, and more Dolls
Sunday, September 28
Free: Please complete a Trails and Sails form
Adults and children ages 5 and up
Visit the museum’s newest exhibition telling the story of the woman that started our doll collection, Mrs. Elizabeth Horton. Wenham Museum’s Doll and Toy Curator Betty Nett will give a talk on the dolls of our international collection. Bring your mystery doll in to have it identified by doll experts, visit with a local artisan, Lisa Press that makes dolls and doll clothes and teaches sewing to children. We will also have a special “trunk show” of fashions for girls and their favorite doll.
Wenham Museum Sleigh Bell Holiday Fair
Friday November 21, 2013: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Holiday Party 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 pm
Saturday November 22, 2013: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Our festive holiday fair has become a tradition North Shore holiday shoppers looking for one-of-a-kind gifts. The fair is open to artists in all hand-made crafts and arts. Items from commercially sold kits, wholesale items (other than some food products), or mass produced items are not considered hand made and are not eligible. The museum reserves the right to limit categories that are oversubscribed and will remove any work deemed unacceptable without refund.
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The New England Kitchen: Fresh Takes on Seasonal Recipes
Sunday, November 30; 2- 4pm
Demonstration and Book signing
Acclaimed Boston chef, restaurateur and seafood authority Jeremy Sewall will sign copies of his first cookbook, The New England Kitchen: Fresh Takes on Seasonal Recipes. Chef Sewall is the Chef and owner of Lineage restaurant, Island Creek Oyster Bar and the newly opened Row 34 in Boston's Fort Point neighborhood. Recipes throughout the book highlight the best of each season, and include profiles on Chef Sewall’s friends in the farming, fishing and brewing communities.
Highlighting contemporary New England fare and adapting the region’s fresh, simple flavors into refined dishes for the home cook, the book features more than 100 delectable recipes from the area’s most celebrated farms and fisheries, for easy at-home cooking and entertaining. Divided by season, the book incorporates distinct flavors throughout the year through Chef Sewall’s soups, salads, hearty dishes, grilling favorites, seafood specialties and simple desserts. $39.95
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