Tomaquag Museum: Honoring those who honor us!

     Copy from Rhode Island's Westerly Sun Newspaper.


 Copy from Rhode Island's Westerly Sun Newspaper.

Tomaquag Museum ushered in fall and a season sure to bring colder weather and holiday spirits  by holding its annual “Honoring Dinner” in celebration of four people who were instrumental in our growth this past year:

Allen Hazard, (Narragansett) A master Wampum Maker and owner of the Purple Shell

Myrna George: President & CEO, South County Tourism Council, Inc.

Daniel Kertzner: Vice President for Grant Programs at the Rhode Island Foundation

Wanda Jean Lord (Cherokee/Choctaw)  Principal Consultant Lord & Associates

Congratulations again to all the honorees! It is due to the outpouring of incredible support from people like you that make what we do at Tomaquag possible!


Please take a moment and watch highlights from our  2014 Honoring Dinner!

Please consider donating to Tomaquag Museum to support our many public programs. Your charitable gift is tax deductible and will make a measurable difference at Tomaquag Museum in our expansion of our art workshops, youth programming, and development of new video and audio podcasts to educate and entertain our audience. 

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