The family of Civil War veteran Capt. George Parker Conger and the Saint Albans Museum are pleased to announce that Conger’s ceremonial sword, missing for over a decade, will return home to the Museum this fall. Continue Reading
SAM is excited to share another new display this season featuring the history of St. Mary’s school! The exhibit includes a variety of photographs, memorabilia, and records from school events, class programs, and sports teams – including this vintage stage curtain. Continue Reading
The Saint Albans Museum is dedicated to preserving our heritage and sharing the history of the people and places that define Franklin County. SAM is looking for your input – what tales do you have to tell? The Museum will present a biweekly pop-up display, highlighting a different story, favorite memory, and image or photograph featuring local residents, area businesses/organizations, and historic architecture of St. Albans.
Do you have a story to share? We want to hear it! SAM relies on our fellow community members to help keep our local history alive for future generations. If you know of an amazing person, event, or story about your family, please send a brief description to Emma Helmken, Outreach & Programming Intern, by email or call (802) 527-7933.
The Saint Albans Museum is hosting their first annual “Glow” Golf Tournament on Saturday, August 25, beginning at 6:30PM at Arrowhead Golf Course.
Get ready to play golf like you never have before – it’s brighter at night! This special evening tournament will feature a 4-person team, shotgun/scramble-style format, played with glow-in-the-dark golf balls (provided). The flags, tees and fairways will light-up and guide your way through the course. This event is limited to 36 players, and registration is available online or by calling (802) 527-7933. Cash prizes and golf gear will be awarded to the top teams. Continue Reading
The Saint Albans Museum and Friends of Northern Lake Champlain have partnered to create a new educational workshop, focused around STEM topics and the cultural heritage of Lake Champlain.
Join SAM on “Across the Fence” on Monday, May 21 at 12:10pm on WCAX TV as we explore the history and heritage of agriculture in our community. SAM Co-President Don McFeeters and Executive Director Alex Lehning will share the story of our newest exhibit, Farming Franklin County.
For more information and viewing instructions, please visit: www.uvm.edu/extension/atfence
Miss the live broadcast? You can watch the full episode here.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes offer new opportunities for serving the intellectual needs of Vermont’s older citizens through non-credit courses and programs offered at an affordable cost in communities throughout the state. The Spring 2018 St. Albans series has been announced: Continue Reading
A new scarf, hat, jacket, or vest featuring the Saint Albans Museum logo makes the perfect gift (or treat yourself!)…show your support for our community history, just in time for the holidays and winter weather. Learn more and order online via JC Image here: https://stalbansmuseum17.itemorder.com/
You can also download a paper form here.
Orders are due to JC Image by Friday, December 15
On Giving Tuesday, you can make a difference locally and ensure a legacy of support for the preservation of our community history. “Take 5” for the Saint Albans Museum and make a donation ($5, $15, $50 – or any amount) to our annual appeal, or “Take 5” minutes to…
– become a volunteer
– contribute an artifact, photograph, or other materials related to St. Albans history
– commit to writing a “Letter to the Editor” to local/social media sharing what you love most about the Museum
When you “Take 5” for SAM, you directly impact our mission and allow us to provide educational programming for area students and families, to care for our collections and historic building, and to continue to offer historical, cultural, and arts events and activities throughout the year.
Giving Tuesday is a global giving movement that has been built by individuals, families, organizations, businesses and communities in all 50 states and in countries around the world. This year, it falls on November 28. Giving Tuesday harnesses the collective power of a unique blend of partners to transform how people think about, talk about, and participate in the giving season. It inspires people to take collective action to improve their communities, give back in better, smarter ways to the charities and causes they believe in, and help create a better world. #GivingTuesday demonstrates how every act of generosity counts, and that they mean even more when we give together.
The Saint Albans Museum was founded in 1966 (as the Saint Albans Historical Society), and is dedicated to preserving and sharing the history and heritage of Saint Albans and northwest Vermont through programs, exhibitions, performances, and special events. SAM is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization.
The Saint Albans Museum has announced their 2017 Annual Appeal. Learn more about how your end-of-year gift can support our educational programming and events, care for our collections and exhibits, and help to maintain our historic building. Learn more and make a tax-deductible donation online. You can also contribute by mail to PO Box 722, St. Albans, VT 05478.
We appreciate the support of our members and friends in the community and throughout Vermont and the US!