L.C. Bates Museum to develop virtual programs

The museum is housed in the Quincy Building, a 1903 Romanesque Revival brick school building, designed by noted Lewiston architect, William R. Miller[3] (1866–1929). (photo by W.A. Judge – LC Bates Museum via Maine Memory)

The L.C.Bates Museum, in Hinckley, for safety reasons, is closed at this time and working on developing virtual programs and activities, especially ones for youth. The summer art exhibit Maine Waters and other museum information will be online by mid-May. Their newsletter has information about the museum’s new online presence.

For more information and access to the newsletter, contact Debbie Staber at dstaber@gwh.org.


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