Come and make your own beautiful floor cloth with artist Patience Sampson. In this hands-on workshop, participants will learn the technique for this...
This workshop is an opportunity to explore tools, materials and practices employed in a woodworking shop. David Williams will show and demonstrate...
In 1901 concerned citizens formed the Hancock County Trustees of Public Reservations, Woodlawn's governing board, in response to extensive lumbering and the increase in private land ownership in Hancock County. They were very successful in preserving thousands of acres on Mount Desert Island, and then donated their holdings to the Federal government 1916 which formed the core of Acadia National Park. In 1929 they accepted Woodlawn from the bequest of George Nixon Black, Jr. and have continued to maintain and govern it for public use ever since.
Woodlawn Museum, Gardens & Park
P.O. Box 1478 • Rte. 172 • Ellsworth, Maine 04605 • (207) 667-8671