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We’re Back!

We’re Back!

Posted on Jun 30, 2021, by

We’re back! Stronger than ever for YOU!

Bergstrom Mahler Museum of Glass offers engaging discoveries to ignite creativity, spark fun and cultivate learning for all. With your help, we have overcome the challenges of the past year and are re-energized with new and exciting programs, events, classes and exhibitions. It’s a full summer and fall season filled to the brim with fun from bringing the “fire” to Bazaar After Dark on July 28th, to the return of our in-person Art Activity Days (July 10th, August 7th, and September 4th)  and community beloved favorite Art After Dark series starting on September 16th, to a very special exhibition celebrating the glass achievements of John Littleton and Kate Vogel on October 1st.  All created for you and starting now.

However, we need your help to reopen in many ways. Won’t you consider becoming a member of the museum or renewing? During our spring appeal, we are offering the gift of friendship with a buy a membership, receive a second for a friend. Plus, if you consider a donation in support of the museum, you will receive a unique Robin Lehman paperweight as our gift to you.

We envision the Bergstrom Mahler as:  A Creative Incubator, A Good Neighbor, and An Originator for the field of glass and glass making while providing the highest caliber experiences for learners of all ages. We thank you for helping us after a challenging time by becoming a member, sharing membership, and supporting us with a gift.

Providing extraordinary glass experiences to all, admission free is made possible by your generosity and we thank you! Remember it’s YOUR museum!!

Amy G. Moorefield

 

 

Executive Director
Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass

Paperweights shown above:

Ken Rosenfeld 
(American, b.1950)
Stylized Bouquet, 1992
Gift of Gerald Silverstein
and Robert Zimmerman
PW 2015.12.2686
Debbie Tarsitano 
(American, b.1955)
Meadow of Flowers, 1996
Museum Purchase
Rick Ayotte
(American, b.1944)
Delightful, 2011
Gift of Gordon Park,
in memory of
Leo and Ruth Kaplan
PW 2016.21.2697
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