MOON LANDING EXHIBIT OPENS JULY 19
SPEAKER ON JULY 20
(Trivia question below for first day covers)
MUSEUM VIDEO WINS AWARDS
The Museum's cable-tv/Youtube show called Going Postal was recently presented with two awards by the forty year old, international organization called The Telly. It recognizes outstanding work in the field of video for broadcast.
This month's fifteen minute show can be viewed by clicking on the YouTube icon at the top right of this page or by scrolling down to the link below.
We hope you can take a look. Special appearance by Archie, The Stamp Collecting Alligator and a challenging trivia stamp question.
THE MUSEUM IS LOCATED ON THE CAMPUS OF REGIS COLLEGE, 241 WELLESLEY ST. WESTON, MA.
PLEASE COME VISIT US
THURSDAY TO SATURDAY
12:00 to 5:00 or by appointment.
Regular admission: $8 adults
$3 Children (5-16)
Special rates for Groupon users.
Children receive a free packet of stamps and a stamp coloring book.
The Museum has somewhat limited handicap accessibility. Please call in advance 781-768-8367 or firstname.lastname@example.org
STAMP TRIVIA QUESTION
"What was the first US stamp to receive an official first day cancellation from the Post Office?'
Send your answer to email@example.com
Correct answers win you ten first day covers.
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PICTURES FROM OUR RECENT FAMILY DAYS
Executive Director Joseph Mullin thanks actress Sheryl Faye for her recent performance as Sally Ride, the first American female astronaut, as part of the Museum’s “Stamps Come Alive” program.
Ben Franklin, aka Dr. Tim O'Connor, listens to Vera Meyer play the glass harmonica, an instrument he invented in 1761, at the Museum's Annual Members Dinner.
The 2018 Spellman Friend of Education Award was given to Weston resident David Sabot, a senior at the Cambridge School of Weston, because of all his work with the monthly production of the educational video Going Postal (link above). To read more about David click: weston.wickedlocal.com/news/20180224/spellman-museum-announces-friend-of-education-award-recipient
Sending postcards, making Valentine cards and doing arts and crafts with stamps were all part of the fun at our annual Valentines Family Day on Feb. 10