Glass-making is all about collaboration and building communities. Likewise, our work and play at Bergstrom-Mahler revolve around creating unique, fun, and often free experiences and events for you, our community.
This November, I am delighted to share that we will have extended hours until 8 pm each Thursday night beginning on the 11th. Stay late to experience our exhibitions, take a class in the Glass Studio, go for a scavenger hunt, and find special one-of-a-kind creations in the Museum Shop.
Need something to do the day after Thanksgiving? Come visit and explore with us! Looking forward to December, we will be rebooting two seasonal traditions, our Museum Holiday Open House on December 4th and our beloved Art After Darkinspired by the famous Seinfeld series’ Festivus episode on December 16th. There is always something to do, learn, and share at our museum.
And speaking of our efforts in community building, I am delighted to share that we welcomed a new member to the team who will be helping us build stronger bridges in the community through more significant outreach. Please help me welcome Kourtney Kositzke, our new Education and Community Programs Manager.
Finally, I want to thank all those who participated in our strategic planning survey. Thank you! Your thoughts matter as we chart our future course.
Amy G. Moorefield