Whitehorne Museum celebrates makers past and present

Posted 8/9/22

Take part in an afternoon of crafts and hands-on activities at the Whitehorne House Museum on August 13.

The museum will be hosting local creators, including the Timber Framers Guild, Newport Sea …

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Whitehorne Museum celebrates makers past and present

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Take part in an afternoon of crafts and hands-on activities at the Whitehorne House Museum on Saturday, August 13.

The museum will be hosting local creators, including the Timber Framers Guild, Newport Sea Foam Trading Co. and the Saunderstown Weaving School, from 12-3 p.m. in the garden. 

From 3-4:30 p.m., join museum historians in a discussion about the history of craftsmanship from the 18th century to today. 

WHAT: Whitehorne Day Makers Past and Present event 

WHERE: Whitehorne House Museum, 416 Thames Street, Newport, RI 

WHEN: August 13 from 12-4:30 p.m. 

ADMISSION: Free and open to the public; registration reccomended 

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