last updated 6/30/16
Open Tuesday & Thursday 1-4pm
Except holiday weekends
For info & reservations:
PO Box 2
Rehoboth, MA 02769
(Parking in rear. Set your
GPS to 139 Bay State Road)
"When We Were
programs and exhibits promise to be fun-filled with toys, dolls
and entertaining childhood stories from local residents.
from local residents
"Celebrate Art, Rehoboth!"
This art show featuring local artists and
student work will continue through July, and will be open to visitors Tuesdays and Thursdays
1-4 and Sundays 2-4. For more info go to
Rehoboth Genealogy Group Meeting
Please Note: Meeting to take place in the Trim Room at the Blanding Public
Library this month. We will acquaint ourselves with the resources there to
complete genealogy searches. No registration required. Check the group out
Programs & Events
Rehoboth Antiquarian Society, Carpenter Museum, and Blanding Library offer
a wide range of programs throughout the year, including lectures,
exhibits, education programs, concerts, and workshops.
Arts in the Village
in Village series includes musicians and vocalists in programs ranging
from classical music, to operetta, to traditional folk music and dance.
The performance arts series is presented in Goff Memorial Hall, a National
Historic Landmark. Easily accessible from major
highways, Goff Hall is a 20-minute drive from Providence, Attleboro,
Taunton, and Fall River.
For over one hundred years cultural events, dramas, and
music series have take place in the hall. The 7-foot concert grand piano
that graces the stage was purchased with the assistance of contributions
from concert-goers, area businesses, and a grant from the Bristol
County Savings Charitable Foundation.
For the season
Folk Art &
annual Folk Art & Artisans show has become a fall tradition. Over 70 exhibitors
display their wares at Francis Farm located at 27 Francis Farm Road (off
River School's local history program culminates in a visit by the third
graders to the Carpenter Museum. Each spring with the help of volunteers
all classes arrive to experience such aspects of early Rehoboth life as:
fireplace cooking, barn construction, peg-making, stenciling, the use of
herbs, the making of herbal sachets, parlor games, and weaving.
Volunteers willing to be trained, or with talents of their own, may
contact Rebecca Smith (who heads the program) through the Museum (508)