June 1, 2023

The Carpenter Museum’s Annual Strawberry Festival Returns

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(Rehoboth, MA) – Join the Carpenter Museum for our annual Strawberry Festival Sunday June 4th 1-5PM. The event will be held at the Museum in the Rehoboth Village (4 Locust Avenue). Entry is free!

The annual Strawberry Festival is a family friendly event featuring activities related to early American History such as candle dipping, weaving, spinning, butter making, peg making, clay pinch pot sculpting, colonial yard games, and so much more! The event will also have strawberry shortcake, strawberry lemonade, and baked goods for sale. Parking is available in the field behind the Museum and Rehoboth Congregational Church.

About the Carpenter Museum:

The Carpenter Museum, named in honor of major benefactors Elsie Carpenter and her son E. Winsor Carpenter, is Rehoboth’s local history museum. Our mission is to collect, document, preserve, and share material culture related to the town’s history. We connect the Rehoboth community with these artifacts and with local history in general through our exhibits and programming. The Museum provides the wider community with research support, especially in the area of genealogy, and promotes learning about American history through direct experience with objects from the past.

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