The Saint Albans Museum is seeking annual funding from the Town of St. Albans. Please see below for an open letter from SAM’s Board of Trustees – as well as letters of support from community members Louise Haynes, Don Poirier, Sally Larner & Leon Berthiaume – regarding Article 8. You can also read comments from […]
In response to an increase in hate crimes in Vermont, over 80 cultural organizations in the state have signed a statement promoting inclusion, respect, and change in their communities:
This #GivingTuesday, the Saint Albans Museum will celebrate giving with our 2018 Annual Appeal campaign, raising funds and recruiting volunteers to preserve and share our community history.
Additional updates, educational resources, and information will be posted throughout the month of November. Please check back often. Do you have a story, photograph, or artifact related to St. Albans and the Great War that you would like to share with the Museum? Please contact us. COMMUNITY HISTORY FOCUS “Men in A Day” – St. […]
SAM needs your ideas, recommendations, and perspectives – make your voice heard with our 2018 community survey. It will only take a few moments of your time, but your feedback will impact the Museum and our work next season and beyond! Thanks to a generous donor, those who complete our survey will have a chance […]
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.
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.
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 […]
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 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.