There are two big exhibits "in the works" for the coming season at the Kemp-McCarthy Museum.
exhibit is devoted to Rowe's original town doctor, Pardon Haynes. The
museum recently acquired a very impressive collection of treasures once
owned by Dr. Haynes, and they will be featured at the museum next
The other display
focuses on Rowe's important and interesting history of generating
electric power. Rowe Yankee is legendary as a pioneering atomic energy
plant, and "Bear Swamp" is a massive pumped storage facility. An exhibit
incorporating the history and importance of these sites is in the
planning stages as well.
We look forward the the publication later in the year of The Bulletin, website vignettes on Valentine's Day (the preview below shows a
favorite photo, Jack and Nan Williams on their wedding day), and
beautiful spring flowers (the first daffodils from last April are shown
in the column on the top, left).