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Tickets on Sale Now! The Smyrna Speakeasy – November 7, 2015
Guys and Dolls, dust off your glad rags and 20’s attire!
It’s sure to be the Cat’s Meow!
Join us as we celebrate Smyrna & Clayton during the 1920’s at the Painted Stave!
The Smyrna Speakeasy will feature a night of local history, distillery tours, prohibition talks, classic cars, local food by Main Street Market, music and libations!
Along with spirits from Painted Stave Distilling,
Harvest Ridge Winery will be pouring juice and
Blue Early Brewing will be on hand with their giggle water
Drink tickets available for purchase the night of the soiree.
This fun night will officially kick off our new long term exhibit at the Smyrna Museum:“Smyrna-Clayton Culture, Life in the Early 20th Century”
Ticket purchase includes a 1 year membership with the Duck Creek Historical Society and exclusive member-only events!
Ticket costs are tax deductible.
Tickets are on sale at the Smyrna Museum on Saturdays from 10 am – 1 pm or from: http://smyrnaspeakeasy.eventbrite.com
A *HUGE* thank you to our local friends for their support and help in sharing this great event:
The Smyrna Speakeasy
Join us as we kick off our new exhibit:
“Smyrna-Clayton Culture, Life in the early 20th Century”
on November 7, 2015 7-11 pm at Painted Stave Distilling
Tickets available at the Smyrna Museum on Saturdays (from 10 am – 1pm) or from: http://SmyrnaSpeakeasy.eventbrite.com
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Now Seeking Local Loans for Exhibit!
Our new summer exhibits are starting to come together and we are currently seeking loan items for display with Clayton significance and/or any items linked to life in Smyrna & Clayton during the 1910’s and 1920’s. These could be letters, photographs, business promotional items, cannery labels, or even oral histories. All items will be returned at the conclusion of the exhibit. Message us or stop into the Museum for more information! Please share this post with your local friends and help us spread the word!
We are currently seeking items related to the Town of Clayton prior to 1930.
Please contact us if you have any items to be loaned into this exhibit.