It looks like the weather is going to be clear for the 21st performance of Indigo Choral Society's concert on the lawn of the Kaminski House Museum to celebrate Independence Day! Highlights from the concert will include a Color Guard and songs from the Americana genre, Carolina-themed songs and a salute to our Armed Forces. This event is part of our Made In the Shade Concert Series sponsored by Anderson Brothers Bank. Moe's Original Barbecue is the food sponsor for the event! Come on out and celebrate July 4th with the Indigo Choral Society and Kaminski House Museum. The concert starts at 7 p.m.
Congratulations to Ashley and Caleb on the couple's Wedding Day! The floral arrangements are absolutely stunning and friends and family have been out on the lawn most of the day to create memories that will last a lifetime for Ashley and Caleb. On behalf of the board, staff and volunteers at the Kaminski House Museum, we wish you the very best as you begin your new life together!
The board, staff and volunteers of the Kaminski House Museum send out our best wishes to Daniel and Alexandria on the couple's Wedding Day! There are blankets scattered on the lawn of the Stewart-Parker House for a picnic style wedding. This is a first for the museum. We wish all the best to Daniel and Alexandria as they start their new life together.
The Kaminski House Museum would like to send out our best wishes to Megan and Adam on the couple's Wedding Day! Megan and Adam will be having their reception on the lawn of the Kaminski House Museum and in the Kossove Garden Terrace this evening. Everything looks fabulous and there is a a cool wind blowing off of the Sampit River to make this a perfect event! Thank you for allowing the Kaminski House Museum to be the site for your wedding reception.
Today is a perfect day for the wedding of Michelle Edwards and Stacy Ford on the lawn of the Kaminski House Museum and in the Kossove Garden Terrace. The day is sunny and the decorations are stunning against the sprawling oak trees on the lawn along the banks of the Sampit River. Congratulations Michelle and Stacy on your Wedding Day! Thank you for allowing the Kaminski House Museum to be a part of this special event.
The Stewart-Parker House was the site of a meeting of members of the Pee Dee Land Trust on Tuesday, May 2. A nice crowd was on hand to socialize and learn more about the organization. On behalf of the board, the staff and volunteers, thank you for selecting the Stewart-Parker House for your gathering. We hope you enjoyed your time with us.
We have plenty for you to do this weekend at the Kaminski House Museum. On Thursday, April 27 join us for the dedication of the Kossove Terrace Garden at 4 p.m. You are invited to stay with us for refreshments in the garden. If you are a member of the museum, the annual meeting of the Friends begins at 5:30 p.m. Saint Frances Animal Shelter is bringing some animals out to the lawn of the Kaminski House Museum on Saturday, April 29 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. The Kaminski House Museum and Saint Frances are asking you to support our organizations by making a donation on Palmetto Giving Day on Tuesday, May 2. Finally, spend Sunday, April 30 on the lawn of the Kaminski House Museum as the Long Bay Youth Orchestra performs beginning at 3 p.m. Bring your chairs and blankets and enjoy our first Made in the Shade Concert sponsored by Anderson Brothers Bank! This weekend it's all happening on the lawn!
We just announced that Anderson Brothers Bank is the sponsor of the 2017 Made in the Shade Concert Series presented by the Kaminski House Museum. This year the opening concert is the Long Bay Youth Symphony on Sunday, April 30, 3 pm. The concert series will continue with a performance of the Indigo Choral Society on Tuesday, July 4, 7 pm and end with the popular Jazz Under the Oaks event scheduled Sunday, October 29, 2 pm. Look for our poster in downtown Georgetown and around Pawleys Island. For more information contact our website at Kaminski- Museum.org or give us a call at 843-546-7706.
On behalf of the board, staff and volunteers of the Kaminski House Museum, we would like to congratulate Autumn and Chris on the couple's wedding day. Autumn and Chris had first planned their wedding on October 8, 2016 when Hurricane Matthew rolled into town. They rescheduled the event for today - April 1. It's no joke - you guys are now married. Best wishes for the future!
We are thankful to the City of Georgetown work crew for installing a new fence at the Kaminski House Museum. Damaged by Hurricane Matthew, the old fence was destroyed when one of our large Laurel Oak trees fell on top of it.Read More
Tonight is a first for the Kaminski House Museum. We are having the inaugural opening of the Kossove Terrace tonight for a wedding reception. It is a fabulous space and we anticipate that it will become a premier location for receptions and other festive events.
The Kaminski House Museum has partnered with amazonsmile for an exclusive offer on Thursday, March 16 Only. Today amazonsmile is donating 10 times the everyday 5% donation rate for purchases made on smile.amazon.com. to shop at amazonsmile simply go to smile.amazon.com from your web browser on your computer or mobile device. On your first visit to amazonsmile, you can select Kaminski House Museum as your charitable organization. Then shop online and the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 5% of the purchase price from all eligible amazonsmile purchases. Get started at smile.amazon.com/ch/57-098147.
Do you know who this mythological Greek beauty is? Her cameo is carved into a large conch shell which resides in the Kaminski House Museum's library. This item is but one of the many treasures to be found in the museum's extensive collection.Read More
Today in History: The Battle of Georgetown, January 24, 1781Read More
The terrace garden on the riverside of the Kaminski House Museum has been renamed the Kathryn and David Kossove Garden. The Kossoves paved the way for the Friends of the Kaminski House Museum to make improvements to the terrace garden during the summer and fall months of 2016. A donation from the couple allowed the Friends to match dollars generated from a Capital Campaign to improve and upgrade the garden area. The terrace will greatly enhance the museum's ability to use the space for public programs and rental events.Read More
The Kaminski House Museum will have Family Nite at A Very Fashionable Christmas! Having A Ball! on Saturday, December 17 from 4 - 6 p.m. This is a great way to spend time with your family during the holidays. Join us at the Kaminski House Museum for hay rides, hot cocoa, and Christmas cookies. The cost is $5 for individuals and free for children 12 and under.
Come out and have some holiday fun at the Kaminski House Museum!
Make plans now to bring your family to A Very Fashionable Christmas Having A Ball! for one of the last two candlelight Open Houses for the holiday exhibition. The events are scheduled on Thursday, December 15 from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. and on Saturday, December 17 from 4 - 6 p.m. Ticket prices are $10 for members and $15 for non-members. For more information contact the museum shop at 843-546-7706 or visit KaminskiMuseum.org.
The Kaminski House Museum will be the site for a Flag Pole Dedication Ceremony on Wednesday, December 7, 2016. The ceremony will take place at 1003 Front Street at 11 a.m. This event also marks the 75th Anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor and honors the service of Lt. Commander Harold Kaminski who was stationed in Pearl Harbor the day of the attack.
A Very Fashionable Christmas! Having A Ball! has scheduled its second Candlelight Open House on Saturday, November 26th from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. View the Kaminski House Museum decked out in holiday glitz and glamour created by talented, local designers. Tickets are $10 for members and $15 for non-members. Pick up your tickets at Ricebirds, Bienvenue Home or the museum's shop. Visit our website at KaminskiMuseum.org or call 843-546-7706 for more details.
A first for the Kaminski House Museum today - we had our first virtual field trip! Staff members Lisa Stalvey and Robin Gabriel gave a virtual tour of the Kaminski house to the St. Stephen Elementary School (Berkeley County) second graders. Organized by teacher Jennifer Tran, the field trip allowed the students to see the first floor of the Kaminski House as part of their curriculum on SC History.