Thursday, May 2, 2013

Exhibit Opening - “The Waters Keep Rising:” Scrapbook of the 1913 Flood, May 3, 2013, 6-8pm

One hundred years ago Waterford and the surrounding area was hit with the highest flood waters in recorded history. On Friday, May 3rd, the Waterford Museum will host a special opening reception for our new exhibit “The Waters Keep Rising:” Scrapbook of the 1913 Flood. The exhibit will highlight Waterford’s experience through large format photographs and first hand accounts from that dreadful weekend in March of 1913.

The exhibit opening also marks the beginning of a new season and the Museum will be open for regular hours starting May 4th through November 3rd, Wednesdays-Fridays 10am-2pm, Saturdays 10am-4pm and Sundays 2-4pm. The exhibit will run until March 1st of 2014.

The Waterford Historical Museum and Cultural Center is located in the 1830 Hugh White Homestead on Museum Lane in the Town of Waterford. The Museum offers various programs and exhibits year round. For more information about the Museum and its programs please contact the Museum at 238-0809 or check our website .

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