If These Aprons Could Talk
To celebrate the Palmer Museum's traveling apron exhibit, "Apron Strings: Ties to the Past," the Museum will be hosting a special storytelling evening entitled If These Aprons Could Talk. The event will be held on Sunday night, February 19th, from 6:30 to 8:30pm at Vagabond Blues in downtown Palmer. Professionals who use aprons in their day to day operations will be telling stories from being on the job: a dentist, chef, homemaker, hairdresser, carpenter and more. Enjoy hearing five minutes of what it's like in the trenches. There is limited seating, so only 60 tickets will be available. You can get your tickets at the Palmer Museum or BBella Hair Design and remaining unsold tickets will be available on the day of the event at the door. All tickets are by donation and all ticket sales go towards supporting the Museum's 2017 Temporary Exhibit schedule.
Palmer Inside the Artist's Studio Tour
Come celebrate local art during January's Second Saturday! Don't miss out on this rare opportunity to get a special behind the scenes look into an artist's creative process and work space. Attendees will get to ask questions, learn details about each artist’s work and get helpful tips if they too are an artist in the making. Participating artists include: members of the Palmer Chapter of the American Sewing Guild, Sandra Cook (ceramic and fiber art), John Coyne (painting), Patrick Garley (bronze and metal sculpture), Rose Hendrickson (painting), Niki Jordan (glass art), Tremani Suteliffe (painting and photography), and Colleen Wake (metal sculpture). Most artists will have selections of their work available to purchase and light appetizers will be served. The Studio Tour begins at the Palmer Museum where attendees are encouraged to meet and carpool or even make a day of it by beginning with a late lunch or ending with an early dinner at one of Palmer’s local eateries. Be sure to visit the Museum’s event Facebook page: Inside the Artist's Studio Tour for more updated information.
Historic Photograph Open House/Untold Stories
Join the Palmer Museum for a weekend double feature on Sunday, September 18th at the Palmer Depot located at 610 S. Valley Way. In the morning from 10:00AM to 3:00PM, museum staff will be hosting an historical photography open house where there will be several photographs from the museum's collections on display for visitors to help identify. The museum currently has several photographs in its collections where museum staff cannot identify either the people, places or events that they depict. It is important to properly document the images for our archives and so we are asking for the community's help. There will also be a slide show including images of some of the museum's current photography collection as well as information about the museum's big historical photography project which includes the development of a Palmer historical photograph web-site. Plus, there will be information about how to maintain and preserve your own personal photograph collections. In the evening, visitors can return for the museum's second episode of Untold Stories, the Palmer Museum's new storytelling program that occurs quarterly. During each episode, the Museum hosts seven storytellers from the community who each share a seven-minute true story relating to the episode's theme that is interspersed with live musical performances. For September, we will be celebrating "getting ready for winter."
The Historic Photograph Open House is FREE to the general public and Untold Stories tickets are available for purchase at the Palmer Museum and B Bella (remaining tickets not sold in advance will be available at the door). Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for students(w/ID).
Please join the Palmer community in promoting our local establishments in an evening of fun, food and merriment.
It's all in the rules:
1) Palmer Cash Mob will be scheduled for the third Thursday of each month from 6:30 - 8:30 pm. The mob date will be announced at least a week in advance via this Facebook Group.
2) The pre-mob gathering place will be announced a week prior to the event. Mobbers are encouraged to gather early and grab a bite and a brew.
3) The Host Business will be announced at the gathering place, just prior to departure.
4) Mobbers will commit to regular participation in the monthly CASH MOB
5)The minimum amount to spend will be $20, although people can spend more if they wish.
6) The business must have products for both men and women and be large enough to hold the Mob.
7) The business must be locally owned.
8) The business owner must give back to the community in some way.
9) The business owner must approve the CashMob before the mob is announced.
10) Cash Mobbers are encouraged to join us for a social gathering after the successful mob.
11) Pictures and video will be posted to the blog after the CashMob.
MOBBERS: At the mob, there are three rules:
1. Spend $20
2. Meet two people you didn’t know before
3. HAVE FUN!!!
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