Museum Tour Guide
Four generations of the Robinson family lived in the house that is now central to Rokeby Museum, a National Historic Landmark comprised of nine historic buildings, miles of walking trails and a new gallery and education center. Robinson family members, generation by generation, made significant contributions as Abolitionists, farmers, writers, artists and active members of their community. Today their stories are being told - via exhibits, programs and guided tours - to inspire respect for human potential and the environment. Volunteers can make a difference too, by helping to tell the Robinson family stories. The museum is now accepting new volunteers to conduct guided for the 2018 season. Tours are given Fridays through Mondays beginning May 20 and running through October 28. Volunteer tour guides need only commit to providing tours two days a month, but once you’ve attended the intriguing three-session guide training program, Rokeby thinks you’ll want to do more - and learn more. Along with seasoned guides and staff, you’ll have the opportunity to do both. To learn more about this opportunity, please contact RSVP of Addison County at 388-7044 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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