Children of the 18th century played with dolls they made from corn husks.
Using a Penobscot Native American design, you can create your own corn husk dolls.
A short time to make, but a charming memory that will last a lifetime.
After you have finished your doll, please enjoy a tour of the Smith-Appleby House Museum.
On your tour, see the “Footsteps in History” Quilt.
The quilt was created when each of the 24 towns in the Blackstone Valley was asked to contribute a fabric square depicting their town. The squares were joined together to make a quilt. The quilt is visiting each town to celebrate how everyone came together to make the Valley a better place.
Admission & tour: $5 for adults, children are free.
This very special event is part of our Rhody Ramble Open House series.