October 25, 2014
November 11, 2014
As Veterans Day is an official City of Greensboro holiday, the museum will be closed.
November 13, 2014
Celebrate the museum’s founding in November 1924 with a wonderful dinner and program. There will be applause all around – first with the presentation of the 2014 Voices of a City Local History Award, followed by guest speaker Dr. Elliot Engel and “The Greatest Great of the Great 1920s.”
Tickets are $50 for Members and $60 for Guests. Purchase now by mailing a check to the museum at 130 Summit Ave., 27401. Online purchase option coming soon.
November 15, 2014
Shopping for family and friends is truly a pleasure in the Museum Shop, and never more so than on this Saturday afternoon, when you can enjoy an additional 5% shopping discount simply by mentioning the word ROAR!
Author Kevin Reid will be signing copies of his new book on Greensboro from Arcadia Publishing, while Shop staff will help you select distinctive gifts for all on your list. Enjoy live music with a talented singing group led by Pam Murphy, celebrating the museum’s founding in November 1924.
November 17, 2014
There is always something new to learn and interesting people to meet at Museum Guild meetings, and at our November gathering, Royce Garrett, USCG, will share “Thirty Years as a Coast Guard Captain.”
Social time begins at 10, followed by the program at 10:30. Guests are welcome – please call 336.272.2438 for more information.
November 23, 2014
Join us for the grand opening of Warnersville: Our Home, Our Neighborhood, Our Stories, an exhibition on the first planned African American community in Greensboro, one with a rich and unique history. The narrative begins in the late 1860s and continues to the present
This project began with independent researcher Lisa Scheer and continued as museum staff has worked in partnership with the Warnersville Historical and Beautification Society, David D. Jones Elementary School, Warnersville Recreation Center, neighborhood churches, and community members.
November 27, 2014 – November 28, 2014
As November 27 and 28 are official City of Greensboro holidays, the museum will be closed.
December 2, 2014 – January 4, 2015
It’s always a good time for a museum visit, and even more so when a bit of holiday greenery is added.
December 18, 2014
There is always something new to learn and interesting people to meet at Museum Guild meetings, and at our December holiday luncheon at the Greensboro Country Club, attorney Fred Hamlet will share “A North Carolina Christmas Story.”
Reservations required; please call 336.272.2438 for more information.
December 24, 2014 – December 26, 2014
As December 24, 25 and 26 are official City of Greensboro holidays, the museum will be closed.