GEORGE TAYLOR REMEMBRANCE: MUSEUM PARTICIPATION
- First Reading of the students’ George Taylor Narrative with discussion of the event and the student project at 10am
- First Opportunity to Make a Citizen’s Promise with Soil Collection for the students, at 10:30am
- Meet the Artist: Doug Gilliam at 11:00am
- Installation of the George Taylor Memory Jar crafted by Doug Gilliam with reading of Gilliam’s Artist’s Statement, at 11:30am
- Second Reading of the students’ George Taylor Narrative, at 11:45pm
- Second Opportunity to Make a Citizen’s Promise with Soil Collection for the students, at Noon
- Admission is free
- Parking at the intersection of Main and Young Streets
HISTORIC ROLESVILLE SOCIETY
Historic Rolesville Society is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization dedicated to the preservation, education, and interpretation of history in our greater Rolesville area.
Little House Museum & Gallery hosts the office space, artifacts, meetings, events, fundraisers and other activities in support of the HRS.
Monthly meetings of the Historic Rolesville Society are held the second Monday of each month, and all interested history lovers are encouraged to attend. Over flow parking is available at 101 N Main St and 105-A W Young St, Rolesville, NC 27571.
HRS Members receive the HRS Quarterly Newsletter along with email reminders and invitations to HRS events. Memberships are $30 Family, $20 Individual and $10 Senior Citizens and Students. Gold, Silver and Bronze Patrons receive eternal thanks, along with special recognition via HRS website, facebook, special events and more. To join the HRS, or for more information, go to: www.historicrolesville.org
Haunted History Stories at Rolesville’s Fall FunFest on Saturday, October 27 1pm-4pm
Lucy Roles (a.k.a. Pam Eagles, HRS Secretary) and Mildewing Mildred (a.k.a. Terry Marcellin-Little, Director of Little House Museum) told true tales of spooky happenings at local sites. Photos coming soon!
Come by the museum for a meet and greet for candidate Mack Paul this Sunday, October 21 from 2-4pm. Join in a museum tour after the event!
OUR GARDEN VISION TOOK SHAPE THIS SUMMER!
MUSEUM RIBBON CUTTING & PERRY FAMILY TRIBUTE
HRS QUARTERLY MEETING DECEMBER 11, 2017
KICKED OFF HISTORIC HOME HOLIDAY EXHIBIT!
It was great to see HRS sponsors and friends at the Winter quarter meeting this past Monday! We had great food, even greater company and a fascinating presentation by Mike Bailey on discovery of local artifacts. The “unveiling” of the latest donation to HRS – a 1:12 scale replica of the Mississippi plantation “D’Evereux” was a rousing success. The group was mesmerized by the miniature world created by the late Gary Johnsen, embellished for our Historic Home exhibit with seasonal decor and scenes from the McKissack’s Christmas in the Big House, Christmas in the Quarters. Little House Museum was dressed in her best seasonal finery for the event and the weeks that follow. We hope, if you missed this week’s meeting, you’ll stop by to soak up the historic site and holiday exhibit. Hours are listed on this website’s CALENDAR.
HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM HRS & LITTLE HOUSE!
HISTORIC ROLESVILLE SOCIETY IN ROLESVILLE’S CHRISTMAS PARADE!
DECEMBER 3, 2017
ROLESVILLE CHAMBER HOSTS YOUTH LEADERSHIP AT MUSEUM
NOVEMBER 16, 2017
HISTORIC ROLESVILLE SOCIETY AT THE CHAMBER BBQ
LAFAYETTE’S 260TH BIRTHDAY: LET THEM EAT CAKE!
Thanks to all the volunteers and friends who came out September 6th to help us celebrate the 260th Birthday of Lafayette!
Come learn more about this General along with a local Colonel, when we explore the roots behind our upcoming exhibit: Heroes of Two Worlds: Michael & The Marquis. Enjoy that and more at the next HRS Meeting, Monday October 11, 2017 at 7pm. (Weather permitting!)