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FEATURED – “Rockin’ the Boat”
SUPPORT THE MUSEUM
- SAVE THE DATE Rum Runner 2013
- Navigation Through The Ages
- Check It Out!!
- Model Anchor Society
- National Safe Boating Week
- Summer Camps
- Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities
Please join us for a new and exciting model club held the last Thursday of every month at 10:30 AM at the museum!! The Model Anchor Society will further the art, skill, and knowledge of model and ship/boat building. So, if you’re a beginner or an experienced model builder, please come have a cup of coffee with other model builders. You can make some new friends, learn something new, and have a little fun down at the museum!
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“Rockin’ the Boat”
We have recently launched a very exciting program, “ROCKIN’ THE BOAT”, in collaboration with an array of area non-profit organizations that serve our community’s youth, including the Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County, Project LIFT (Life Initiatives for Teens), and the Samaritan Center for Boys. The program empowers young people challenged by economic, educational and social conditions to develop the self-confidence to set goals and gain skills needed to achieve success and experience the uniqueness of our treasured waterways. Each group will construct their very own wooden boats with the assistance of trained volunteers, and once completed, will have the opportunity to explore and learn more about boating and life on the water through hands-on experiences. Truly, not only are these students building boats, but the boats are building kids!!
Thanks to the following sponsors who have already provided generous program support:
Mr. & Mrs. John Gear, Kadey Krogen Yachts
Mr. Patrick Stracuzzi
Sponsorships for this terrific program are still available! Please contact the museum for additional details as to how you can lend support!
Formal Docented Tours
Tours are available for all exhibitions
available daily for school and other tour groups November 15 through April 15
All exhibitions also include:
- Gallery handouts
- Didactic labels
- Interpretive video
The Bill Milligan Research Library will be available for maritime history research. Museum members will have the opportunity to check out your favorite maritime books from our William Milligan Library!
We’re thrilled to finally have the ability to provide this service to our members, so please be sure and stop by to get your official Maritime & Classic Boat Museum library card, and check out a book to take home to enjoy!
The Maritime and Classic Boat Museum was established in 1993 as a non-profit community organization and opened its doors to the public in 1995. It is devoted to the collection, preservation, restoration and interpretation of the maritime and boating history on the Treasure Coast.
MARITIME & CLASSIC
1707 NE Indian River Drive
Jensen Beach, Florida 34957
PO Box 275
Jensen Beach, FL 34958
Email: [email protected]