An Evening with the Presidents at Renfrew Museum & Park

Tuesday, February 22, 2022 at 7:00 PM
$5 per person / Free for Friends of Renfrew Members
Renfrew Museum & Park Executive Director, Becky LaBarre, and Manager of Visitor Experiences, Steve LaBarre, will be your hosts as you enjoy An Evening with the Presidents.
Gather in the Visitors Center Wagon Shed Room as Becky and Steve share a special selection of presidential and associated artifacts from Renfrew’s collection, along with some interesting antiques of their own.
Uncover the fascinating stories about America’s presidents hidden in pictures, prints, ceramics, items of personal adornment, and more.
Only those attending in person will be able to view this unique assembly of fascinating objects up close, but everyone registered will have the chance to enjoy a fun slideshow presentation on the background of each presidential piece lead by Renfrew’s resident material culture experts.
Hope you’ll join us!


Spring Market on the Lawn

Spring Market on the Lawn

Saturday May 15th, 2021 * 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
On the lawn at 136 E. Baltimore Street, Greencastle (between consign & collect co. and the shop).
Market will feature uniquely designed handmade items from local artisans, antiques, and vendors. Food truck provided by Jimmy’s Famous Seafood of Baltimore, Maryland.
“Antique Boutique: Small Scale Sale”

“Antique Boutique: Small Scale Sale”

Renfrew Museum and Park
Accessions Committee Fundraiser to Benefit Museum Collection
Sunday, November 1, 2020 from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Renfrew Museum and Park, 1010 E. Main Street, Waynesboro
$5 per person / $2 for Kids 3-12 / Children 2 & Under Free
(Limit of 25 people permitted inside Visitor Center and Museum House at any given time. For the enjoyment of everyone, please observe and respect social distancing and gathering requirements at the time of the event.)
Shop boutique-style with a limited, but quality, selection of fine antique and vintage items from several dealers. Your admission includes an abbreviated tour of the 1812 Royer House and our exhibits of John Bell pottery and tradesmen’s tools. Proceeds benefit artifact care and acquisition. 
Register here