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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
SAVE THE DATE Rum Runner 2013
SAVE THE DATE…2012-13 “Real McCoy” Rum Runner will be held on Friday, February 1!
Last year’s “Real McCoy” Rum Runner Party was the most successful ever, and our 2012-13 Committee is already hard at work to ensure that this year’s event will raise the bar even higher! Co-chairmen Anne Pawsat-Dressler, Judi Milesi, and Jen Strube have promised that guests will enjoy an evening not to be missed! More information regarding the event will be forthcoming, but in the meantime, please be sure and reserve the date and plan to join us!
Navigation Through The Ages
On display May 1st through September 20, 2013. Our newest exhibit provides hands on interactive opportunities to showcase the techniques and tools used by seafarers to navigate through out the ages.
Volunteer Docents are needed for this display, please call Suzie at the museum.
Check It Out!!
We are excited to let everyone know that the books in The William Milligam Library can be checked by our members starting May 1st. Just come into the museum to get a library card.
Volunteers are needed to help with running the library, please call Suzie at the museum.
Model Anchor Society
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!
National Safe Boating Week
Join us as we celebrate National Safe Boating Week May 19th through May 25. We will marking this week in collaboration with the St. Lucie Power Squadron. Stop by the museum this week to learn more.
Maritime & Classic Boat Museum joins the Children’s Museum to provide Summer Camps for children ages 6 and up. We instill the love of boating and water through weekly activities.
Volunteers are needed to help with the children activities, please call Suzie at the museum.
Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities
We would like to offer and encourage old friends and new volunteers to come in and spend some time with us. There is always something to do!!
- Front Desk Reception
- Gift Store
- Tour Docent
- Artifact Conservation and Research
- Mailings Special Events
- Children’s Events
- Exhibit design and installation
This is just a small portion of what you can volunteer doing!!
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]