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Miller-Cory House Museum

Interpreting America’s past 1740-1820

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Volunteer at the Miller-Cory House

BECOME A MILLER-CORY VOLUNTEER?

Do you love history? Like to cook or to garden? Enjoy working with children? Then the Miller-Cory House Museum is the perfect place to volunteer! The Miller-Cory House Museum is operated by a core of volunteers dedicated to preserving the house as a living museum. Numerous and varied opportunities for involvement are available.

MILLER-CORY DOCENTS
Don a costume and interpret colonial life for museum visitors, either on Sundays or for school tours during the week.

MILLER-CORY COOKS
Learn how to cook authentic 18th century recipes over the open hearth. The Miller-Cory cooks demonstrate this art for visitors during Sunday hours.

CRAFT DEMONSTRATIONS
The museum's Showcase of 18th Century Skills visits area schools during the week in order to demonstrate colonial crafts to school children.

SUNDAY PROGRAMS
Special programs are presented to the public during Sunday hours. Volunteers can develop and present programs or just assist.

GROUNDS
Help maintain authentic colonial herb, dye, vegetable and sensory gardens.

GIFT SHOP
Assist in the museum's gift shop, which is open during Sunday hours and school tours.

TOLL KEEPER
Volunteer toll keepers collect admission fees and keep track of numbers of visitors during Sunday hours.

FULL TRAINING IS PROVIDED!

NO MINIMUM COMMITMENT OF TIME IS REQUIRED!

If you are interested or would like additional information, call the museum weekday mornings at 908-232-1776. Or, complete the membership form on the other side and mail it to: The Miller-Cory House Museum, P.O. Box 455, Westfield, NJ 07091-0455

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