Ways You Can Participate!
Volunteers help in many, many ways at the museum. Here is a list of how you may want to assist us in providing history education and preservation to our community.
Living History Volunteers
Join this elite group of volunteers who belong to our Living History Society, these volunteers bring history alive by dressing in period clothing and interpreting life as it was in the late 1800s and early 1900s. In addition to our adult program, we also have a Jr. Interpreter program for children…
Junior Interpreter Program
This unique program is geared for ages 10 –18. Juniors age 17-18 are welcome to attend our Living History Society meeting with the adult volunteers as well. During special events, Junior Interpreters help bring the Victorian Village to life by costumed interaction as Village youth. Junior Interpreters will have opportunities to dress in Civil War era clothing during our Civil War Hands-On History School Days program in May, 1900 era clothing during our summer and fall special events and 1940′s era clothing for our World War II Days event in late September. Whether you’re interested in acting or history this is a great way to become involved.
Many opportunities are available from working in the heritage gardens, helping at our many special events to becoming a Jr. Summer Camp counselor. It’s an excellent way to discover the past while helping in the present. There is a $25 fee per Junior for the year to cover the cost of costumes and other special event and Junior Interpreter activities.
Contact Holly at firstname.lastname@example.org in order to sign up.
Click here for the Junior Interpreter Application.
Volunteers are always needed to help with special projects such as data entry, sewing, preparing supplies, delivering posters, or assisting Marketing with surveys or manning information booths.
Provide support at special events. Duties include greeting visitors, selling tickets, and assisting at the Front Desk during events.
Help with landscaping, decorating the village, or help our Garden Historian maintain our beautiful gardens.
Join us on Wednesday mornings for a brief meeting, followed by a morning work session in our Collections Dept, Textiles Department, or Workshop.