Thursday, April 22, 2010


The staff of the Museum get down & dirty on Earth Day to
help finish the new History Garden and beautify the grounds.
(pictures taken with dirty hands by Liz
Associate Director of Operations)

Archivist Teen Peterson

Volunteer & Tour Coordinator Thea Seagraves
& volunteer extraordinaire John Hopkins

Thea Seagraves

Director Phyllis Davis, JohnHopkins & Teen Peterson

Associate Director of Programs, Alex Buell

Planting Cotton

Volunteer Gloria shows the youngest Museum member how to plant cotton in our new History Garden which features northeastern Florida native and history related plants and flora.

Saturday, April 3, 2010

History of the Human Skeleton

Dr. Rachel Wentz will be speaking on Friday, April 9th at 7:00pm at the Museum.

Dr. Wentz is a Forensic Anthropologist and Director of the east-central region of the Florida Public Archeology Network. She will be dicussing the role skeletons play as the body's framework. She will also discuss the iconography of the skeleton and how human remains and bones are symbolic in many cultures. Come out and discover how the skeleton has played an important role through time.

Admission is free for museum members and $5 for non-members.

Contact Alex at 904-261-7378 x. 102 for more information.