On behalf of the Saint Albans Museum (SAM), we would like to thank the residents of St. Albans for their approval of Article 8 (Town) and the budget proposal (City) on Town Meeting Day. This municipal funding, along with continued support from our members, donors, and friends, will allow the Museum to sustain our mission to preserve and share local history.
Each year, we offer new stories about the people, places, and events that make up our common heritage. We also value SAM’s role as a partner in community and cultural activities, as a source of valuable research for the public, and as a leader in educational programming for area residents, students, visitors, and families.
We invite you to discover these stories – and more – at the Saint Albans Museum this season. Step back in time to St. Albans as the “Rail City.” Learn more about the impact of dairy, farming, and maple on Franklin County. Put yourself behind a desk our historic classroom, and explore the moments that define medical, military, political, and women’s history in our community.
SAM is located in the former Church Street school (constructed in 1861) and offer tours, monthly programs, and special events for all ages and interests. Contact our office for more information about volunteer opportunities to join in our important work. You can also keep up to date with the latest news from SAM on our website (www.stamuseum.org) or on Facebook (www.fb.com/stamuseum) and Twitter (@SaintAMuseum), or by calling (802) 527-7933.
-Charlie Moore & Don McFeeters
Co-Presidents, Board of Trustees
Saint Albans Museum