The Rehoboth Antiquarian Society
is dedicated to preserving and sharing the history of our community.
We encourage and welcome all who are interested to become involved with
- Do you use the Blanding
Library to borrow books, access the internet, or for educational
programming for your children?
- Do you believe in
preserving our town’s history?
- Do you attend lectures or
visit exhibits at the Carpenter Museum? Or has your child enjoyed a
visit to the Museum as part of our third or fourth grade educational program?
- Do you attend our Annual
Clambake or Folk Art & Artisans Show?
- Do you enjoy the classical
musical offerings brought to you by Arts in the Village?
- Do you enjoy studying your
family’s genealogical lineage?
For many years RAS has provided
these historical and cultural program resources to our community. With
exhibits, a lecture series, and social events we explore the town’s
history at the Carpenter Museum. At the Blanding Library patrons have
access to a modern library complete with interlibrary loan, programming
for both adults and children, and wireless internet connection. The
classical music series Arts in the Village brings outstanding
artists to our community at an affordable price.
But all of this would not be
possible without our membership. Your support through the annual
membership campaign keeps this organization vibrant and active. It is
important to us that we have a widely inclusive membership that
represents all segments of our community. As a member of RAS you will
have a voice in determining our future. We welcome you and thank you
for your support.
Society is a federally recognized 501(c) (3) nonprofit
organization which means that your contributions are tax deductible.
a member you will receive:
our newsletter Rehoboth Antiquarian Society News, published
six times a year
discount on museum shop merchandise
on Museum programs including lectures, workshops, and dinners
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application for a form that may be downloaded and then mailed to the
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