Rosbrugh dives into Lumina Daze

In Lori Rosbrugh’s first year serving on the Wrightsville Beach Museum of History board, she will be assisting Marjorie Way as a co-chair for Lumina Daze, the museum’s largest fundraiser. Read Entire Article Here

Newkirk excited about board’s future

Four new board members were added to the Wrightsville Beach Museum of History in 2012, each coming from various professional backgrounds and carrying different skill sets. Perhaps the person most excited about the new members is returning board member and chairman Haywood Newkirk, Jr. Read Entire Article Here

New Director

2009 brought a new director, Madeline Flagler, to the Museum.  Flagler sees the Museum as a porthole for tourists visiting Wrightsville Beach.  Flagler said, “Being a museum is very rewarding, it’s educational, it’s something the whole family can do and you can plan your programming around that – reaching different people of different ages.” “People are coming with a more …

Collections Assessment Program (CAP)

The Wrightsville Beach Museum of History has been awarded a Collections Assessment Program (CAP) grant through the Institute of Library and Museum Services and Heritage Preservation, two national non-profit organizations dedicated to preserving our national cultural heritage through museum conservation. Through a collections report and a historic buildings report, CAP will provide the museum a general conservation assessment of the …

Grants

Many thanks to the Landfall Foundation for their generous award to the museum for computer software and conservation materials for the museum’s collections. The Wrightsville Beach Museum of History has been awarded a Landfall Foundation grant for the museum’s “Collections Digitization and Access Project.” The mission of Wrightsville Beach Museum of History is to collect, preserve and interpret the history …