Tuesday Tea Time Talks at the Museum of Work & Culture

 

Museum Launches New Program Encouraging Visitors to Share Their Stories

 

(WOONSOCKET, R.I.) – The Museum of Work & Culture, a division of the Rhode Island Historical Society, is excited to announce Tuesday Tea Time Talks, a casual, conversational program where participants will learn about one of the Museum’s permanent exhibits and have the opportunity to share their personal stories.

 

The first program will be hosted on Tuesday, November 14 at 1:30 p.m. and will focus on the history of the oldest Catholic Church in Woonsocket, Precious Blood Church, which is currently celebrating its 150 anniversary. All are welcome, with former and current parishioners of Precious Blood or any other area parishes encouraged to bring photographs and other documents that will help illustrate their stories.

 

The following program will be held on Tuesday, November 28, and will focus on the museum’s mill floor exhibit. 

 

Cookies and tea will be served, and admission is free. Registration is not required but encouraged. Please call 401-769-965 or register online at rihs.org.

 

 

 

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