Love art? Antiques? Shopping? Why not combine all three passions by joining our Antiques and Museum-goers group. Since the 1970s, hordes of AWC women have relished going on frequent trips to exhibits, historic homes, and antique shops. We usually sponsor 7-8 excursions each year, even continuing in the summer months. And we never forget lunch! From time to time we arrange a bus tour and invite the entire club. There is an annual fee of $5.00. Check out our schedule below…maybe you would like to join us. We usually meet in the Fire House parking lot across the street from the Clubhouse and carpool. Costs listed are for the museum only. Your lunch is on you.
ANTIQUES AND MUSEUM-GOERS CALENDAR 2018-2019
SEPTEMBER 20, 2018 THURSDAY
PEABODY-ESSEX MUSEUM: EMPRESSES OF CHINA’S FORBIDDEN CITY
LUNCH AT CAFE OR HAWTHORNE HOTEL
COST: $20 cash $5 for gas for driver.
OCTOBER 5, 2018, FRIDAY
WORLD WAR II MUSEUM IN FRAMINGHAM: WOMEN IN WWII
LUNCH – TBA
COST: $20 for seniors, no gas payment
NOVEMBER 8, 2018 THURSDAY
WORCESTER ART MUSEUM: HUDSON RIVER SCHOOL EXHIBIT
NYC HISTORICAL SOCIETY
LUNCH AT MUSEUM CAFE
COST: $14, if docent added may be more; $5 driver fee
DECEMBER 13, 2018 THURSDAY 2-4 PM
THE RETURN OF THE HOLIDAY HIGH TEA
AT FILHOS, RTE 2A, ACTON
SCONES, SANDWICHES, PETIT FOURS AND TEA!
SIGN UP – Oct. or Nov. meeting
JANUARY 24th AND 31st, 2019, THURSDAYS 1-3 PM AWC Clubhouse
Presenting several of the series, Great Courses — NY Met Museum; January 24th: European Art; January 31st: American Art
April 25th, 2019, Thursday 10:30-2:00 AWC Clubhouse – Upstairs Hall
Presenting three 30-minute courses from Great Courses – NY Met Museum, one on their European collection and two on their American Art collection, followed by lunch at Crossroads. All are welcome! Just show up. No sign up required.
May 10th, 2019 – Friday Time TBA American Heritage Museum, Hudson
Lunch location to be announced later. Sign up at the April Meeting.
June – Keep posted for the date for a trip to Essex to take a pontoon boat ride on the river and visiting either the Shipbuilding Museum or Little’s Antique Museum. Lunch in Essex.