Our Project Stewardship teen and young adult group will embark on a local history journey at nearby Raynham Hall Museum, home of the Townsend family and those enslaved there during the Revolutionary War. Some were involved in George Washington’s Culper Spy Ring. We will view the exhibit hall, be guided through this historic home and provided with details of daily life there during the 18th and 19th centuries.
Raynham Hall and those living there were connected to Historic Malcolm House, the location of our center on the Jericho Preserve. We can discuss some of this history following the tour as we have a snack at a local eatery. All are welcome to join us!
If you are already a member of our Project Stewardship program, please register using the “Member” registration below. If you would like to become a member, please add both the “Project Stewardship Program” and “Member” registration to your cart. If you would simply like to join us for a single session, please purchase the “Standard” registration below. You can then add additional sessions to your cart.
When registering for this event, a required admission fee of $8 will automatically be added to your cart.