A Tea to Die For - Halloween Inspired Tea in the House - Saturday, October 04
Falling Leaves Tea - Falling Leaves Tea - Tuesday, November 04
September 30 - Collections Volunteer Work Day - Join Us! 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM - Come for an hour or stay all day
October 04 - Halloween Inspired Tea in the House First Seating - 10:30 am - FULL
Second Seating - 1:30 pm
November 04 - Falling Leaves Tea 11:30 AM
December 06 - 1st Saturday Tea and Tour at 10:00 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
The Friends of Deepwood Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Lynne Richardson has been named as the new Executive Director. Lynne is a seasoned professional with more than twenty years of experience in the museum and art fields. She recently participated in the Board’s retreat and strategic planning session, and will lead Deepwood in its efforts to expand its services to the Salem community.
Before joining Historic Deepwood Estate, Lynne held the position of Museum Supervisor of the Hi-Desert Nature Museum in Southern California. Prior to that, she served as the FBI’s Art Theft Program Manager in Washington, D.C. Lynne was instrumental in creating the FBI’s first rapid deployment Art Crime Team and oversaw the recovery of more than $300 million in stolen artwork.
Lynne began her museum career at the Autry Museum of Western Heritage in Los Angeles after receiving her Master’s degree in Museum Studies from San Francisco State University. She also held positions at Monticello, Thomas Jefferson’s historic home in Charlottesville, Virginia, and the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History.
Lynne will assume leadership duties at Deepwood on October 6. She hopes current and future Friends of Deepwood members will attend the 2014 Annual Meeting on Sunday, October 12, where she can meet supporters and hear their thoughts on the future of Deepwood.
Snapshots of the Past
Wedding Trends, Memories, and Special Moments
An exhibit of wedding dresses spanning over 100 years placed into their historical contexts, allows visitors to Deepwood to dive in and gain a greater understanding of social history through the lens of love and marriage.
Special collection items will be showcased in this exhibit which encourages the community to think and talk about what all wedding can entail; from the planning process and trends, to current events and special memories.
The exhibit opened to the public June 18th and runs through September. Bring a copy of a family wedding photo for free admission and tour. Otherwise, normal tour fees apply. See Tour Hours for more tour information.
The Deepwood gardens are open to the public 365 days a year but are sometimes closed for private events during the summer after 1:00 pm. For more information please call us at 503-363-1825.
1116 Mission Street SE
Salem, OR 97302