The Old Fiske Museum will be hosting an exhibit on Wrentham Day, Saturday, September 8, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., "Wrentham Works: Yesterday and Today."
The Cultural Council Gallery will feature paintings, poetry, sculpture, pottery, and other works reflecting the professions and passions of today's Wrentham residents. The Wrentham community hosts a broad range of cultural interests in the arts, humanities and sciences and a number of individuals and professionals will be represented in this unusual and exciting exhibit. Wrentham's rich history in business and industry will be highlighted in the Historical Commission Gallery, from the straw hat industry to Weber Duck Farms to Crosby Valve and Gage. Discover other unique enterprises that have been and are currently part of Wrentham's heritage.
The exhibit will continue through the Fall and can be viewed by appointment (617-335-6121 or 508-384-3101) and at the December 2 Open House, from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.. Visit the Cultural Council website for details and updates. www.wrenthamculturalcouncil.shutterfly.com