Nov
22
to Jan 2

Museum Center Holiday Schedule

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Please take note of our schedule during the holidays.  

  • 11/22/18          Thanksgiving Day           Closed

  • 12/24/18         Christmas Eve                 Closed 

  • 12/25/18         Christmas Day                 Closed

  • 12/26/18          December 26                  Open

  • 12/31/18         New Year’s Eve                Closed

  • 1/1/19              New Year's Day              Closed

  • 1/2/19             January 2                        Open

  • The Museum is closed on Sundays and Mondays

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Nov
25
1:00 PM13:00

Christmas Open House & Artist Showcase

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Join us Sunday, November 25, at the Museum Center at 5ive Points in Cleveland, TN for our annual Christmas Open House and Artist Showcase. 

We will have over 30 local artists offering their handmade wares for sale - everything from jewelry and pottery to woodcrafts and handcrafted candles. 

In addition, we will have artist demos and Santa will be in attendance!

Ugly Christmas sweaters optional.

Special thanks to Dewight Kemper, who is a local Santa impersonator that has generously agreed to volunteer his time with us for the WHOLE DAY!

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Magical Gingerbread House Workshop
Dec
15
11:00 AM11:00

Magical Gingerbread House Workshop

Join us as we prepare for the holiday season by creating a unique gingerbread house!  Our Magical Gingerbread House Workshop will certainly be a fun way to spend time with family and friends.  Gingerbread houses are limited and this class does fill up quickly.

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Non-Members: $45

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Jan
8
6:00 PM18:00

Student Watercolor Auction

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Join us at the museum for a live auction of student watercolor paintings! At the beginning of the Alan Shuptrine: The Serpentine Chain exhibit, local students submitted artwork in a watercolor competition judged by Shuptrine himself. This was to promote and encourage art throughout the area and in our community schools.

Professional Auctioneer Terry Posey will donate his time to auction off the artwork. 100% of the proceeds are donated to the students’ schools. Admission is FREE.

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Jan
10
6:00 PM18:00

Old Christmas

Join us for the 4th Annual Old Christmas celebration with stories and songs from the Cleveland Storytelling Guild. And enjoy some cookies and cider!

All ticket sales support the Cleveland Storytelling Guild.

FREE for Museum Members and Cleveland Storytelling Guild members

$10 for Non-members

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Jan
17
6:00 PM18:00

Shuptrine Gallery Walk

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The exhibit is closing! This is the finally opportunity to view this exquisite watercolor collection. Join us on this gallery walk to see Alan Shuptrine’s work, who is a nationally-acclaimed watercolorist.

Admission:

Members - FREE

Non-Members - $15

Alan Shuptrine:  Appalachian Watercolors of the Serpentine Chain

This exhibition of thematic watercolor paintings by nationally renowned Tennessee artist Alan Shuptrine pays tribute to the land and people found along the Appalachian Trail, and of the distinctive culture that endures from the mountains of Maine to Georgia. The body of work celebrates the connections of Appalachia with its historical and cultural counterpart in the British Isles, highlighting Celtic traditions that were brought to America in the 18th century and are still practiced in the region today. The paintings are ornamented with Shuptrine’s hand-carved frames, many of which are embedded with serpentine, a mineral that is found not only along the entire Appalachian Trail, but also in the regions of the British Isles where the original settlers to Appalachia were born.

For more information about this artist, please visit his website at www.alanshuptrine.com

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Jan
24
6:00 PM18:00

Storytelling Guild Singing School

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Come learn shape note singing with the Cleveland Storytelling Guild! The Red Back Hymnal exhibit will be the inspiration for the evening, and guests will receive copies of the songs to follow along. Jump into this special performance and learn to sing your heart out! A short intermission will accompany the evening with sugar cookies, cider and coffee available.

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Brew Ha-Ha
Jan
26
1:00 PM13:00

Brew Ha-Ha

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Come out and taste a variety of beer and food at our annual beer festival! Join local brewers and distributers to celebrate the miracle of beer with your refillable tasting mug. All proceeds go to benefit the Museum Center.

$35 for Members

$50 for Non-Members

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Jan
27
5:30 PM17:30

Grape Escape

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Join us for an evening of great food with selected wine pairings and a fun auction of wine and related items! This will be our 15th Annual Grape Escape, a fundraiser for The Museum Center at 5ive Points in Cleveland, Tennessee. To date we have raised over $200,000. The Grape Escape will be held on Sunday, January 27, 2018 at Café Roma in historic downtown Cleveland. Silent Auction begins at 5:30PM.

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$110 - Member

$135 - Non-Member

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Jan
31
to Feb 28

Stitches in Time Annual Quilt Show

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Our Annual Stitches in Time Quilt show will run from January 31st, 2019-February 28th, 2019. We are currently revamping our categories and working on setting up classes. Please stay tuned for more information as it becomes available.

2019 Stitches in Time Participant Entry Form

2019 Stitches in Time Additional Quilt Entry Forms

Special Rotating Exhibit Dates

Our lobby displays will be rotating every week this year to feature a new artist(s)! You can use your quilt show ticket to enter the exhibit over and over!

January 31 - February 9: Loretta Painter

February 12 - February 16: David Gilleland

February 19 - February 23: The Chattanooga Modern Quilt Guild

Tentative Dates

January 31, 2019: Exhibit Opening and Awards Ceremony

February 2, 2019: Quilts of Valor Service Day and Quilt Presentation

February 9, 2019: Machine Quilting with Loretta Painter

February 16, 2019: Paper-Piecing with David Gilleland

February 23, 2019: Demo Day with the Friends of the Library

Our Quilting Challenge for 2019 is now available!

This year's categories have been revamped in order to better support our submissions. The categories are as follows: 

Antique Quilts

Quilts over 50 years old. This means they must have been made prior to 1969. Any size, any type. 

Bed Quilts

Twin, full, queen, and king sized quilts. Includes any combination of hand- and machine- piecing and quilting. Our judge will take level of skill into account. 

Small, Crib, and Lap Quilts 

Any quilt smaller than a twin-bed quilt. Includes any combination of hand- and machine- piecing and quilting. Our judge will take level of skill into account. 

Wall Hangings

Any size quilt meant to hang on a wall or serve as a decorative piece. Includes any combination of hand- and machine- piecing and quilting. Our judge will take level of skill into account. 

Group Quilts (by 3 or more)

Any size quilt as long as it has been pieced and/or quilted by a combination of three (3) or more people. Includes any combination of hand- and machine- piecing and quilting. Our judge will take level of skill into account. 

Youth Quilts (16 or under)

Any size quilt by someone sixteen (16) years of age or younger. Quilting could have been supported by or machine-quilted by someone older, but the majority of the quilt should be the child's own work. 

Novice Quilts

Any size quilt created by someone with three (3) years or less quilting experience. Participants in this category should be aware that the judge may recategorize quilts into another category if the skill level is determined to exceed a novice level, regardless of years experience. 

Art Quilts

Any size quilt that is unique in design, materials, and/or execution. 

Other

Any size quilt that does not fit into another category or may not fit into the exact definition of a quilt (3 layers of fabric sewn together). This includes summer quilts, quilted clothing and accessories, special designs or methods (e.g. yo-yo quilts), quilted sculpture, or quilts using unconventional materials. 

Challenge Quilts

Any size quilt that is within the confines of our Quilting Challenge. 

Non-Judged

Want to submit more than 3 quilts? Want to submit a quilt someone else gave to you? Want to submit a quilt without being judged? Whether or not it is in the competition, we love seeing beautiful quilts! Please consider submitting to our Non-Judged category so people may admire beautiful works. 

January 15 - January 19, 2019

Quilt Drop-Off (at the Museum Center at 5ive Points, additional drop-off locations tba). Late submissions will not be accepted.

 

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History Happy Hour - 1993 Superstorm
Feb
7
6:00 PM18:00

History Happy Hour - 1993 Superstorm

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Come out to hear locals and guest speakers recall the “Storm of the Century.”

A great beer selection will be provided by our amazing sponsors, Mash & Hops and Dry Valley Brewing. Additionally, delicious food will be served at the event by Impressions Catering.  

FREE for Members

$15 for Non-members

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Feb
9
10:00 AM10:00

Loretta Painter Machine Quilting Class

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This will be a hands-on class taught by award-winning quilter Loretta Painter. Students will discuss marking tools, different kinds of battings, needles, and threads, as well as work on a project. If anyone has a completed quilt top and would like ideas on how to quilt it, they may bring it, but this is not necessary.

Here is a list of supplies needed:

1. Sewing Machine

2. Darning Foot (free motion foot)

3. Size 90 Topstitching Needles

4. 2 Spools of Thread (1 light, 1 dark)

5. Extra Bobbins

6. Basic Sewing Scissors

7. Long Thin Ruler ( about 5” by 24”)

8. 2 Yards Light Muslin

9. 1 Yard Cotton Batting

10. Hand Quilting Hoop (if you have one)

Loretta is an award-winning quilter who has been making traditional pieced quilts since 1991. She was first introduced to quilting while living in Paducah, Kentucky, in the early 1990s. After taking several classes and working with various quilt guild members in Kentucky and Tennessee, Loretta entered a quilt in the Smoky Mountain Quilter’s Quilt Show in 2002. By 2004 she was making award-winning quilts that were showing all over the country. She is best known for using creative color combinations in traditional quilts. Her machine quilted quilts have won many Best of Show ribbons across the country in recent years.

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History Happy Hour - Irish-America
Mar
7
6:00 PM18:00

History Happy Hour - Irish-America

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Come celebrate Irish-American roots at this St. Paddy’s themed History Happy Hour.

A great beer selection will be provided by our amazing sponsors, Mash & Hops and Dry Valley Brewing. Additionally, delicious food will be served at the event by Impressions Catering.  

FREE for Members

$15 for Non-members

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Mar
23
10:00 AM10:00

Magic of Wearable Arts Fashion Show and Market

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Don’t miss this exceptional showcase of unique, wearable fiber art creations by Southeast artists! With everything from clothing and scarves to hats and accessories, these one-of-a-kind fashion pieces will be available for purchase throughout the afternoon. We invite you and your friends to join us for this annual luncheon and runway fashion show.

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Members: $35

Non-Members: $50

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Jun
6
6:00 PM18:00

History Happy Hour - 1944

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Enjoy this WW2 themed History Happy Hour in conjunction with the DAR marking the 75th anniversary of D-Day. In addition, enjoy feature entertainment by The Sounds of Tennessee.

A great beer selection will be provided by our amazing sponsors, Mash & Hops and Dry Valley Brewing. Additionally, delicious food will be served at the event by Impressions Catering.  

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Faces of War, A Living History Event
Nov
11
2:00 PM14:00

Faces of War, A Living History Event

In celebration of the 100-year anniversary of the World War I Armistice, come out and hear local stories from soldiers and civilians during the Great War. The museum has partnered with the DAR and Lee University students to share local biographies. In addition, our permanent exhibit houses WWI artifacts that are on display for viewing.

Admission is FREE

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Nov
1
6:00 PM18:00

Teachers' Night

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Calling all K-12 teachers! The Museum Center is hosting an evening just for you. Come participate in a field trip, view our traveling trunks, tour the exhibit, and connect with fellow educators. Come see the many resources we offer educators throughout the Ocoee region!

Please RSVP by emailing Mitch Mizell at mmizell@museumcenter.org

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History Happy Hour - Tall Betsy
Oct
30
6:00 PM18:00

History Happy Hour - Tall Betsy

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Come enjoy an evening of local legends featuring members of the Cleveland Storytelling Guild. Get in the spirit and sport your best Halloween costume!

A great beer selection will be provided by our amazing sponsors, Mash & Hops and Dry Valley Brewing. Additionally, delicious food will be served at the event by Impressions Catering.  

FREE for members

$15 for non-members

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Oct
28
4:00 PM16:00

Music Under the Stars

MUSIC UNDER THE STARS

LAST CONCERT OF 2018

CRAFT BEER PROVIDED BY:

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Shane Morrow, visionary and founder of Chattanooga’s Jazzanooga will be bringing a handpicked group of local musicians to Cleveland on Sunday, October 28th for an evening of Motown and a dose of Jazz.

Shane, with musical host Jermaine Purifory, will delight the audience with an evening of Motown favorites.

This will be the final Music Under the Stars of 2018 and we will be adding Dry Valley craft beer to our drink selection that includes premium wines and cocktails.

Sunday, October 28th, 2018

  • 4:00 pm - Wine, cocktails, craft beer, and light hors d'oeuvres

  • 4:15 pm - The first 45-minute musical set

  • 5:00 pm - Intermission

  • 5:15 pm - The last 45-minute set

Admission: $30 for members, $45 for non-members

***Four drinks, cheese, dip and crackers are included in the admission price.

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MUSIC UNDER THE STARS IS MADE POSSIBLE

THROUGH THE KIND SUPPORT OF

MARGARET & JOHN SHEEHAN

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Oct
25
6:00 PM18:00

Watercolor & Wine w/ Mary Ann Poplin

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Splash into the art of watercolor! Our Watercolor & Wine class with Mary Ann Poplin will focus on basic techniques and effects to brighten up your pieces. Enjoy signature wine and indulge in hors d’oeuvres as you expand your artistic knowledge during this fun-filled evening.

Museum Members - $20

Non-Members - $35

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Sep
27
6:00 PM18:00

Alan Shuptrine Art Exhibition Opening

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Join us on September 27th as we celebrate the public opening of this beautiful exhibition! 

It is not everyday we get to be host to an art exhibition. But it will be every Tuesday-Saturday beginning September 27th! This massive exhibit will take over both our lobby and our rotating exhibit area. These works celebrate art and the Appalachians that inspired it.

Watercolor Competition winners recognition 5-6 PM.

Alan Shuptrine:  Appalachian Watercolors of the Serpentine Chain

This exhibition of thematic watercolor paintings by nationally renowned Tennessee artist Alan Shuptrine pays tribute to the land and people found along the Appalachian Trail, and of the distinctive culture that endures from the mountains of Maine to Georgia. The body of work celebrates the connections of Appalachia with its historical and cultural counterpart in the British Isles, highlighting Celtic traditions that were brought to America in the 18th century and are still practiced in the region today. The paintings are ornamented with Shuptrine’s hand-carved frames, many of which are embedded with serpentine, a mineral that is found not only along the entire Appalachian Trail, but also in the regions of the British Isles where the original settlers to Appalachia were born.

For more information about this artist, please visit his website at www.alanshuptrine.com

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Sep
21
5:30 PM17:30

2018 Annual Gala

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Join us for an elegant evening of dinner and dance as we celebrate the Museum Center at 5ive Points.  Tickets to this premier fundraising event include cocktails, dinner, silent and live auctions, paddle raise, and live music.

Cocktails begin at 5:30 P.M.

The Gala begins at 6:30 P.M.

 

To view current auction items, click here.

 

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Aug
2
to Aug 3

Summer Camp 2018: Archaeology for Little Ones

Aug 2-3Archaeology for Little Ones
9am-3pm
Ages 4-6

Discover the steps of archaeology and try your hand at excavation at the Museum’s dig site. Participants will engage in a variety of activities to learn about the field of archaeology and will get to spend lots of time in the dig site.

 

For more information about any of the camps, email mmizell@museumcenter.org or call 423-339-5745

Scholarships available for all camps.

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Jul
23
to Jul 27

Summer Camp 2018: Adventures In Archaeology

July 23-27Adventures in Archaeology
9am-3pm
Ages 7-12

Dig into local history this summer! During this wee, students will learn the tools and techniques used by archaeologists to uncover historic artifacts. Then learn how museums use artifacts to understand the past and to tell stories. Activities will include: use archaeological field tools; conduct and archaeological survey, documents artifact finds, date coins; understand stratigraphy using Munsell Color Chart, access hands-on museum collections, tell stories using historic facts and objects, design your own museum exhibit, and more!

 

For more information about any of the camps, email mmizell@museumcenter.org or call 423-339-5745

Scholarships available for all camps.

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Jul
16
9:00 AM09:00

Summer Camp 2018: Art of Woodworking

July 16Art of Woodworking
9am-3pm
Ages 10+

Get to really work with your hands in this fun woodshop day. Learn about the history of woodworking in the Ocoee Region and how to whittle! In the afternoon, build your own traditional wooden toy and learn the techniques of wood burning.

 

For more information about any of the camps, email mmizell@museumcenter.org or call 423-339-5745

Scholarships available for all camps.

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Jul
12
6:00 PM18:00

Ballroom Dancing Date Night

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On July 12, join the Museum Center at 5ive Points and Dance Tonight Chattanooga for Ballroom Dance lessons! Make it a date night with one hour of dance lessons from an instructor from Dance Tonight Chattanooga, light hors d’oeuvres from Impressions Catering, and, of course, cocktails! Afterwards, visit any number of restaurants downtown that are within walking distance of the Museum Center for the complete evening.

Hosted in conjunction with our Debutantes through the Decades exhibit sponsored by the Cleveland-Athens Cotillion.

Where: Museum Center at 5ive Points

When: July 12, 2018 6pm-8pm

Pricing: $20 per individual ticket for members, $35 for non-members

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Jun
25
9:00 AM09:00

Summer Camp 2018: Environmental Science On the Greenway

June 25Environmental Science on The Greenway
9am-3pm
Ages 8+

Join us on adventure to learn about our natural resource of water! Activities will include: full walk of the Greenway, learning about our local flora and fauna, netting fish, identifying the importance of waterways, education on pollution and environmental respect.

 

For more information about any of the camps, email mmizell@museumcenter.org or call 423-339-5745

Scholarships available for all camps.

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Jun
21
6:00 PM18:00

History Happy Hour

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Join us for our next History Happy Hour on June 21 at 6pm here at the Museum Center!  
Take a look at our lineup for the evening!

Ken Rush – Director of Ducktown Basin Museum - (speaking on the copper mining and smelting industry of the Copper Basin during the 19thcentury) 

Joe Fetzer – Owner of Birchland Ocoee Farms - (speaking on Parksville and the Old Rymer Ford which crossed the lower Ocoee River along the Old Copper Road)

Margot Still – Director of the History Branch/Cleveland Public Library - (speaking on Cleveland’s connection to the copper mining history and Julius Raht)

As always, a great beer selection will be provided by our amazing sponsors, Mash & Hops, Dry Valley Brewing, along with food by Impressions Catering.  
Live music will be performed by Nathan Mell and the Bistro Boys.  
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Jun
13
3:00 PM15:00

Meet & Greet: Sandy Brown

Join us at the Museum Store and meet Sandy Brown, award-winning artist, educator, and our

ARTIST OF THE MONTH! 

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Sandy will be at the Museum Center at 5ive Points on Wednesday, June 13th between 3pm-5pm to show her breath-taking new artwork for sale at the Museum Store. Prints will also be available for purchase beginning June 13th. 

Sandy is offering a 15% discount on all prints
the entire month of June!


Complimentary gift wrapping on all purchases as well as light refreshments will be available as part of your shopping experience.

This is a free, public event!

Can't wait to see Sandy's artwork? 
Visit the Museum Store Tuesday-Friday 10-5pm & Saturday 10-3pm to see Sandy's artwork, as well as artwork from other local artists.

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Jun
11
to Jun 13

Summer Camp 2018: Art All Around

June 11-13Art All Around
9am-3pm
Ages 7-12

Explore the visual and performing arts inspired by the stories of our community and history! Activities will include: sketching, painting, watercolors, clay, observation and visual thinking strategies, music, and performing arts.

 

For more information about any of the camps, email mmizell@museumcenter.org or call 423-339-5745

Scholarships available for all camps.

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Jun
10
1:30 PM13:30

Red Back Hymnal: All Day Sing/ Dinner On the Grounds

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To celebrate our Red Back Hymnal exhibit, we will be hosting an All Day Sing/ Music On the Grounds at the Museum Center!  Bring your chairs, bring your food, and be ready to sing along.  Admission is free, so be sure to bring your friends and family as well!  See below for more details.

There are several ways to support the Museum Center.  We have several sponsorship opportunities available for this event.  If you would like to become a sponsor for this event, simply click here and choose the level that best suits you.  

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Jun
4
to Jun 8

Summer Camp 2018: World of Architecture

June 4-8World of Architecture
9am-3pm
Ages 8-12

Discover the world of structure design in this new camp! Come and learn about the history and importance of design and how it shapes our daily lives. Activities will include: education on regional architecture, blue print design, making model homes and bridges, making foundations, applying practical math skills, learning about the connection of structure and lifestyle, and much more!

 

For more information about any of the camps, email mmizell@museumcenter.org or call 423-339-5745

Scholarships available for all camps.

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May
17
6:00 PM18:00

History Happy Hour

Join us for our next History Happy Hour on May 17th at 6pm here at the Museum Center!  
Guest speaker, Jay Bailey from Stack Southern Bistro, will be speaking about prohibition.  A great beer selection will be provided by our amazing sponsors, Mash & Hops, Dry Valley Brewing, along with food by Impressions Catering.  
Live music will be performed by Nathan Mell and the Bistro Boys.  

We will also be serving a few prohibition-themed libations.  
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May
12
2:00 PM14:00

Mother-Daughter Afternoon Tea

One of the most important things about being a debutante is your manners. Alice Stevens has been teaching etiquette at the Georgia Cotillion for 21 years and is making her way up to Cleveland to give us a few lessons! Mothers will join their daughters on this special weekend for an afternoon tea along with a two hour lesson on etiquette. This class is geared towards young women ages 5-12 years of age. 

Order of the Classtime

 

2:00-2:30 Three Points of Good Manners; Practice Introduction, complimenting, conversations between moms and daughters and friends; 

2:30-2:40 Receiving Line

2:40-3:30  Table Settings; Tea; 

3:30-4:00 A couple of Line Dances

 

The class will take place in our cultural center and is open to members, non-members, and the general public. You can contact Lindsay Shirkey lshirkey@museumcenter.org if you have any questions. 

 

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