Virtual Events

“In Search of America’s Earliest Apples: DNA Testing, Historical Research, and Offshore Islands”

Saturday May 28th, 7pm.

In person at the Monhegan Church or online via Zoom. Donations at the door to benefit the Monhegan Museum of Art and History.

Todd Little-Siebold  is a Professor of History at the College of the Atlantic and works with the Maine Heritage Orchard at MOFGA tracking down, documenting and preserving Maine’s heirloom apples. He has focused on the history of apples in downeast Maine for over a decade working with students to map, record, and rescue the oldest and rarest apples in the area. He teaches classes on a wide range of historical topics from agriculture, fisheries and colonialism to environmental history. His recent work has focused on using genomic profiling to unlock long lost histories of apples in Maine and America with an interdisciplinary team of researchers and apple preservationists around the country.

To keep eachother safe and healthy in person attendance at the Monhegan Church will be limied to 40. Tight fitting masks like surgical style, N95, KN95, respirators or equivalents required. Please email: museum@monheganmuseum.org to reserve your in person spot.

To attend virtually via Zoom: REGISTER HERE

 

Past Events

Annual Meeting 2021

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LOCATION

Monhegan Museum of Art & History

1 Lighthouse Hill
Monhegan, ME 04852

Phone: 207.596.7003

Email: museum@monheganmuseum.org

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HOURS

Museum Hours for the 2022 Season 

June 24-30 and September: 1-30, 1:30-3:30pm daily

July and August: 11:30-3:30pm daily

Masks required while inside buildings

James Fitzgerald – Rockwell Kent Historic Artists' Home and Studio

June 24-September 30: Tuesday, Thursday, & Saturday 12:00-2:00pm

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