Monthly Archives: November 2012

Bibelots and Improbable Baubles

Our founder George Headley is known as a jewelry designer and his passion later in life was for designing bibelots.  Pronounced “bib-a-loh,” bibelot is an antiquated French word meaning a highly decorative and ornamental object that is not necessarily functional.  Headley created many beautiful designs, each with its … Continue reading

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Spooky Treats!

October really begins the holiday season!  While our Holiday Head Start series was aimed at adults, we still wanted a workshop for both the young and the young at heart, so we decided to host Spooky Treats, a sweet, fun … Continue reading

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Holiday Head Start in Review

October was certainly a busy month at the Museum as we hosted four fun workshops!  Throughout October, we hosted our “Holiday Head Start” workshop, designed to prepare participants for the holiday gift-giving season with fun, easy gifts to make at … Continue reading

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