The Saint Albans Museum is pleased to host the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute series here in St. Albans during the fall and spring.
The Saint Albans Museum is interested in connecting with Franklin County residents who helped make history this Inauguration weekend – both in Montpelier and Washington, DC.
Saint Albans Museum: 2016 Annual Report
Note: You can download a PDF version here.
The Saint Albans Museum (SAM) is proud to be your community museum, and a center for learning and discovery. This season, we welcomed over 1,000 students, area residents, and visitors to explore our regional heritage through exhibits, tours, research projects, educational programs, and special events.
This apron, donated by Suzanne Montagne of Seattle, Washington, was worn by her grandmother, Blanche Beaulieu Viens. It may be that Blanche, Mrs. Albert Viens, made this apron from a flour sack, a common practice in the early 1900s. Continue Reading
SAM’s Executive Director, Alex Lehning, spoke with Local 22/44 about the importance of Pearl Harbor Day and a WWII connection to St. Albans. Continue Reading
Starting your holiday shopping online? If you are an Amazon customer, you can support the Saint Albans Museum with every purchase! Continue Reading
Visit the Saint Albans Museum on Saturday, October 29 between 1-3pm for our second annual “Haunted Museum” trick-or-treat. We’re joining the St. Albans Recreation Department, St. Paul’s, and the Downtown Merchants for a day of family-friendly Halloween festivities around St. Albans & Taylor Park. Admission is free and this event is appropriate for all ages. Continue Reading
Every year the Vermont Historical Society presents the League of Local Historical Societies & Museums Achievement Awards. These awards recognize the exceptional work being done by individuals and community heritage organizations throughout the state to collect, preserve and share Vermont’s rich history. Continue Reading
Two Franklin County, Vt., groups with 150 years of strong history behind them are inviting the public to a free mixer at Champlain Country Club (CCC) in Swanton.
CCC and the Saint Albans Museum welcome the public and the media to a free History Mix Mixer at CCC (Rte. 7, Swanton), starting at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 12. The event will be a combined celebration of CCC, which marked its centennial in 2015, and the Saint Albans Museum, which turned 50 in September. Champlain Restaurant, at the CCC clubhouse, will be open with a cash bar and full menu. Continue Reading