As of September 30th, The Highland House Museum has closed for 2019 after a very successful season. Our exhibitions, lectures, and events under the careful planning and scheduling of Lauren Kaufmann, Director, were very well received. The museum has never looked better thanks to the restoration efforts funded by the Truro Community Preservation Act and the Massachusetts Cultural Council under the supervision of our Clerk of the Works, Jim Summers.
The Cobb Archive will continue to be open year ‘round, with scheduled visiting hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30 to Noon and on Wednesdays from 1:00 – 3:30 PM. Our Truro Elders Listening Corner (funded by the Truro Cultural Council) will be available at the Cobb all winter long. Please stop by to listen to the remembrances of Truro elders and to see all the books, maps, photographs, and documents stored in the climate-controlled historic building that once served as Truro’s first public library. Look for more Fall/Winter events soon, including an open house, October 23rd!