Come have a cup of coffee, tea, or other beverages while listening to the talents of Ben Arnold in the intimate Vestal Museum! Enjoy a great musician, great acoustics, and a great atmosphere! There is a suggested donation of $10. Come early and stay late! You definitely don’t want to miss this one!
Ben Arnold is reintroducing himself. A songwriter, musician, performer and producer, he remains longtime fixture on the Philadelphia musical landscape. He has toured regularly throughout the country as well as Europe for the better part of the last 25 years. Originally signed to Columbia Records in the 90’s, Ben has since released countless label supported and independent records over the decades. Always down for the challenge of re-invention and experimentation, you will see him constantly visiting far-flung points on the musical map. He has, for years been involved in collaborative projects such as 4 Way Street (Sanctuary/BMG), US Rails (Blue Rose/Europe), the Los Angeles based indie rock band Pistol For Ringo as well as David Uosikinnen’s In The Pocket: Essential Songs Of Philadelphia.
His constant output of new material is a testament to the continual growth of his creative muscles as well as a product of the many worlds in which Ben Arnold operates. His most recent releases “Lost Keys” and “Sunday Morning Meltdown” explore the feel, culture and politics of American music of the 60s-70s thru the lens of the questions of the here and now.
With a crusty, curmudgeonly, but loving take on the world around, Ben Arnold continues to reveal more of himself with every record and live performance. Always a different day, another mood and another view on the human condition. This is not an artist who has simply paid his dues. Ben Arnold is compelled to doing what he does, and does so with one of the most unique, if little known voices in music today.
Binghamton University graduate student of History, Samantha Misa will curate an exhibition on the plane crashes in New York State as young soldiers prepared for war. Opening Reception Saturday March 9, 12-3pm
Come see the art of Clayton Ave Elementary School students in grades K through 5 from February 9th through March 16th. The opening reception is on February 9th from 12 to 3pm. The Vestal Museum is open on Thursdays and Fridays from 10am to 2pm, on Saturdays from 10am to 3pm, and on Sundays from 1pm to 3pm.
Founded in 1823, Vestal had its humble beginnings as a lumbering and farming community. Come learn the history of farming in Vestal from the large farm on Hiawatha Island to the John S. LaGrange Farm to Drovers Inn to Cold Spring Farm to Brookdale Stock farm. The Vestal Historical Society’s extensive farming collection will be on display as well as photographs of the farms that made up the town.
November 23,2018 11 am-2 pm, November 24 2018, 11 am -2 pm, November 25, 2018 1 pm-3 pm
Felt Good, Food Crafting
November 9, 2018 7:30 pm, November 10, 2018, 6:30pm
A Vamp, A Veteran, A Victim, and A Vision, Legends of Local Ladies
August 25 – September 29, 2018
Native American seed saving at the Vestal Museum.
April 7 – May 26, 2018
Water Infrastructure: Yesterday, today, & tomorrow
February 2 – March 31, 2018
Retouched photos from Vestal and the surrounding area.
November 4 – January 31
An exhibit by the Susquehanna Valley Railway Historical Society
October 28, 2017, 6-8PM
Halloween party with games and treats at the Vestal Museum.
October 24, 25, 26 at 7:30 PM
Come hear gruesome tales about the Vestal Train wreck of 1901, Sa Sa Na Loft, Charles Dickens and more.
September 16 – 10AM to 4PM
Celebrate Iroquois culture at The Vestal Museum Haudenosaunee Festival.
September 2 – October 28, 2017
The Vestal Museum puts its lens on an important local game.
June 24 – August 26, 2017
The artistic journey of cartoonist and Vestal native, Alexis E. Fajardo