West District Elementary School
Creative Owls Exhibit
February 17th - March 17th
The Museum is happy to be partnering with West District Elementary School to present an exhibit of 1st graders artwork.
Please stop in to see exhibit. It will be open Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays from 2-4 pm from February 17th - March 17th.
An opening reception will be held on Sunday, February 25th from 2-4 p.m. Please feel free to join us.
Other 2024 Exhibits and Events
The Museum board is busy finalizing plans plans for our 2024 exhibits and events. In addition to the West District Elementary School Creative Owl exhibit they will include:
Celebrating 40 years!
The Museum opened its doors in 1984. The founders' envisioned a living museum where people who love Unionville would come together to celebrate its history. A history of all the people of Unionville not just prominent manufacturers like Upson and Hart but mill workers too. And not just those who worked here but those who lived here and raised their families here.
The idea was not to house a permanent exhibit at the museum but to hold ever changing exhibits based on themes from Unionville’s history. Themes like the early paper industry and metal manufacturing that flourished here. And the significant textile industry that began with early woolen mills and continued through several knitting mills and the Charles House felt factory.
We've been happy to share Unionville's history for the past forty years and are looking forward to continuing to do that for years to come.