Rose O'Keefe - jUNE 13, 2015
Author Rose O'Keefe presents her book Frederick and Anna Douglass at the SBABM Legacy Room, 3:00 pm.
Frederick Douglass—famed author, orator and former slave—spent twenty-five years with his family in Rochester, New York, beginning in 1848. Author Rose O’Keefe weaves together the story of the Douglasses’ experience in Rochester and the indelible mark they left on the Flower City.
Massachusetts nonprofit network - Award Finalist
The SBABM was named one of three finalists for the "Excellence in Board Governance Award". We wish to congratulate the 2015 winner - the Southeast Asian Coalition of Central Massachusetts.
PAver fundraising Project
Walking the Path with Susan: A Legacy Set in Stone.
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about this exciting project.
That's My Brick Website - Susan B. Anthony Birthplace
Calling all quilters event
The Rochester Museum and Science Center graciously welcomed quilters and textile enthusiasts to view stored collection pieces belonging to Susan B. Anthony and the Anthony family.
Check out more great museum moments in our Photo Gallery
In the Community
We look forward to seeing you at the following events:
Local Schools throughout the Berkshire, Hamilton, Hamden and Franklin Counties
All Meetings of the Adams-Anthony Coalition
FireHouse Café, Adams, MA
the first Female President?
Intern Morgan Kernohan, Award winning actress Margaret Colin, and Executive Director Colleen Janz at state performance of "The Second Mrs. Wilson". Colin stars as Edith Wilson who was Acting President for many months during Woodrow Wilson’s illness.
Her role during her husband's illness was so significant, some refer to her as the first female President.
We are now booking school/field trips for the 2015-16 school year. Visit our "Educational Resources" page for information, to plan
your next trip, or to host the museum at your school.
Viewer's Choice winning video
Check out our video, winner of the New England Museum Association's "Viewer's Choice" award at last years conference.
Gift shop news
Please visit our new ONLINE GIFT SHOP: http://sbabirthplacemuseum.storenvy.com/