Lectures, Workshops, Events
For more information, contact Jeana Ganskop, Education Director, at 207-548-2529 or [email protected].
Monday, July 12
Free for members
In the 1880s, well-to-do urban dwellers escaped the summer heat and crowds of the city for the ocean breezes of North Haven and Vinalhaven, islands in Penobscot Bay. Unlike the rich who built large summer cottages on Mount Desert Island, these “rusticators” preferred roughing it in the farmhouses along the Fox Island Thorofare. Among those who escaped the city was Tucker Daland, a Harvard-trained lawyer with an interest in sailboat racing and rowing, who amassed a collection of sailing and rowing boats. Daland’s collection of boats, sail racing and cruising memorabilia, and clothing will be the focus of July’s Member Mondays, as Penobscot Marine Museum Curator Cipperly Good tells the tales of rusticators on Penobscot Bay.
Member Monday programs are a member benefit – Look for the Zoom link in your monthly member email. Not a member? Join today to take advantage of unique opportunities like this one and to support the ongoing educational and preservation efforts of the Museum.