This Veterans Day and Veterans Day Weekend, the Museum will respect America’s first veterans just as the people who have served and keep on serving our country today and will investigate their accounts through on location and virtual programming. Consistently, the Museum will offer free admission to those as of now serving in the military, veterans, and Blue Star Families, the kindness of Comcast NBCUniversal.
Joseph Plumb Martin Performance
Wednesday and Friday-Sunday
On Wednesday and Friday-Sunday, meet Joseph Plumb Martin, a youthful Continental warrior, as he closes his Revolutionary War administration and thinks about what’s next in an enrapturing exclusive dramatic execution.
10-Minute Gallery Talks
Join a teacher for 10-minute spring-up talks investigating the tales of explicit veterans through themed Gallery programs.
Dedicatory Ribbon Craft
Plan your own dedicatory lace, roused by silk strips given to Revolutionary War veterans, with a unique take-and-make movement for families.
Investigate When Women Lost the Vote
Try not to miss our new unique display When Women Lost the Vote: A Revolutionary Story, 1776-1807, which investigates the generally secret story of ladies and free minorities casting a ballot in Revolutionary-time New Jersey. The show is incorporated inside the Museum’s center presentation and associated with a sound visit. Action stuffed, printed (and downloadable) Family Guides are accessible to assist all ages with investigating the display. Make certain to project a voting form at our democratic selfie station and model for a photograph to get an “I Vote” sticker only days before the genuine official political race.
Peruse the Revolution Speaker Series with LTC Seanegan Sculley
On Nov. 12, 2020, at 6 p.m., Lieutenant Colonel Seanegan P. Sculley will start off another period of the Museum’s unmistakable Read the Revolution Speaker Series with an intelligent virtual occasion. Sculley will offer bits of knowledge into the key difficulties looked at by General George Washington and will examine how American provincial standards formed order, discipline, and honor in the U.S. Military. The discussion depends on his book, Contest for Liberty: Military Leadership in the Continental Army, 1775-1783 (Westholme Publishing, 2019). Following a unique intuitive show, Dr. R. Scott Stephenson, Museum President, and CEO will work with a live Q&A with the virtual crowd. View the occasion to find out more and buy tickets.
Investigate More Online
Children are urged to download, print, and shading a shading page from the Museum with an exceptional message of appreciation for administration individuals. The shading page includes Washington’s Standard, the banner that stamped General George Washington’s quality on the front line during the Revolutionary War, which is in the Museum’s assortment. Directions for mailing the image – or different cards and letters – to support individuals are accessible. Make certain to share your work on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter and label @AmRevMuseum.
Visit the Museum’s Virtual Museum Tour and Virtual Field Trip whenever to get familiar with the narratives of the different scope of individuals who served and forfeited during the American Revolution.