Now enrolling for the 2016-17 season, we nurture student musicianship, build confidence, and encourage artistic expression through developmentally appropriate vocal instruction. Children in grades 1-8 welcome. Auditions are not required, and no experience is necessary! We believe students of varying ages can learn from each other by leading and working together to create something beyond the individual.
Wenham Museum is proud to be part of the Free Fun Fridays Program created by the Highland Street Foundation to further the goal of increasing access to culture, the arts, an education for people of all ages.
Come to the museum on Friday, July 1, 2016 and enjoy the museum's galleries featuring Wheels: Getting from Here to There, antique toys, dolls, dollhouses, 10 operating model train layouts, historic photographs and textiles. Tours of the museum's 17th-century Claflin-Gerrish-Richard's House will also be available at designated times. Experience the history of childhood with old-fashioned games on the lawn.
Wenham Museum welcomes the community for its Fiesta on Main Street!
This event will bring the community together for a fun, entertaining, and affordable night out that raises much-needed revenue for the museum’s exhibits, programs, activities, and collections. With 70% of the museum’s budget funded through donors and fundraising events, your support is needed now more than ever!
Over April School Vacation Week, join the Wenham Museum for a series of programs geared to children, parents, and adults. Offerings include art-making activities, a program inspired by the classic picture book, Miss Rumphius, a book signing, a trunk show, and an appearance by John Adams himself.
Don’t miss this chance to create a traditional child portrait! Advanced registration required. Sitting Fee is $33 per child. Framing and matting available for an additional fee. Professional silhouette artists Jean and Marcella Comerford from Portraits In Silhouette will be creating hand-cut keepsake portraits during April School Vacation Week at the museum. Silhouettes are a favorite gift for family and grandparents! These professional artists have over 25 years of combined experience!
“You must do something to make the world more beautiful.” -Miss Rumphius, the Lupine Lady
Presented By Girls Making History
For Girls in Grades 1 – 3
$30 for Members | $35 for Nonmembers
Advanced Registration Required
What makes painting different from other art forms? Find out! Wear some old clothes and try painting at easels the museum will set up in Burnham Hall. Simple instructions, challenges, and materials will be provided.