On Tuesday we had a local musician’s jam at the museum. Often during these events visitors will show up and sit in. On this particular night Wally Jarvis, a Renaissance musician from Michigan, came and played a 13th century wooden flute.
The evening was incredible. The Wet Lab and outside areas were full of people. The blend of island music and Medieval flute was particularly captivating. Truly remarkable. One of the best music events we have held at the museum.
We appreciate participation like this. It not only makes the museum a fun place to come to, but it makes our programs fun for us as well.