Our Upstairs Petaluma History Collection Exhibit:
Treasures of Petaluma’s Past – Upstairs at the Museum
This newly-redone exhibit tells the story of Petaluma from its natural treasures such as the Petaluma River History to the trends and activities of prominent Petalumans who helped to make the town the gem of agricultural, cultural and architectural history which it is today. Our upstairs exhibit is ALWAYS FREE!
A PARTIAL OVERVIEW OF SOME PREVIOUS EXHIBITS
Children’s Art Exhibition
January 10 – 26
February is Black History Month!
Celebrating Black History Month
IT’S ALL ABOUT THE MUSIC
With Tribute to Nelson Mandela!
February 1 – March 16
Petaluma Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
Good Egg Awards at noon Saturday, April 19
Butter and Egg Parade on Saturday, April 26 at noon
and the annual Spring Antique Faire on Sunday, April 27
Jura Margulis in Concert!
Join us for a magical evening!
They came – and a fun time was had by all!
PIRATES – LEGENDS & LORE
PIRATES ENCOURAGED TO COME IN FULL DRESS!
A Nicklaus Lubell Hoffman Exhibition.
Warm THANK YOU to all the folks who lent us their items, their time and their attention!
Over 3,000 visitors!
“We are connected to trees.
Trees generate inspiration in my soul.
When we destroy the trees,
we are destroying ourselves.”
Beyond – Visions Of Planetary Landscapes
Beyond – Visions of Planetary Landscapes
Flight: A Tribute To Aviation
The Photography of Terry Hankins
LIGHT AND SHADOW
Petaluma’s historic Silk Mill and other various and sundry delights, as seen through the eyes of local photographer Terry Hankins.
The Vietnam Experience, A Soldier’s Story