The long anticipated opening of Hamilton Grange National Memorial is upon
us. This Saturday, September 17 at noon, which is Constitution Day, the
National Park Service will open the Grange to the public. With you we will
celebrate the opening of Hamilton’s ‘sweet project’ this weekend with
music, living history demonstrations, rangers talks and lectures. You can
find the full schedule of events on the attached flyer.
We look forward to welcoming you to the ‘new’ Grange! Below is the schedule for this weekend. Come out and celebrate this historic event!
Saturday, September 16th
12:00 PM: Caribbean Music
1:00 PM: The 1st Rhode Island
2:00 PM: Music of the American Colonies
3:00 PM: Alexander Hamilton
4:00 PM: Rose and Ceser: The African-American experience
Throughout the Day
Hamilton Garden at Convent Ave. Living History
1st Rhode Island Cooper
5th Field Artillery Regiment
Rose and Ceser: The African-American experience
Colonial Games and Military “Sounds Along The Manor” is an interactive sound installation by art-ist Abigail Simon. Experience sounds from the past with “QR” codes posted at five different locations on the Grange grounds and at the former site on Convent Ave.
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