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  • School & College - Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library
    Associates Ways to Give Donor Report Shop Museum Stores Special Offers Events Shop Online Bookstore Online Prints on Demand Licensed Products Winterthur Design Associates Winterthur is closed to the public January 4 February 29 and reopens March 1 with a full slate of new exhibitions house tours and programs Educational Programs Activities Adult Winterthur Institute Classes Workshops Demonstrations Conferences Embroidery The Language of Art Ceramics Up Close Hands On Study Days 2016 The Sewell C Biggs Winterthur Furniture Forum Conservation Clinic Lectures Performances Entertainment Family Truck and Tractor Day Truck and Tractor Day Photo Contest Girl Scout Programs Family Programs Enchanted Summer Day Photo Contest Family Friendly Amenities Tips for Families Touch It Room Garden Learning Center Garden Workshops and Talks Historic Autos Special Garden Experiences Wednesdays at Winterthur Second Saturdays School College 50th anniversary of school programs On Site Programs Pre School Elementary Middle High School Off Site Programs Pre School Elementary Middle High School Homeschool Programs College Programs Teachers Resources Graduate Winterthur UD Program in Art Conservation Conservation Internships Fellowships Winterthur Program in American Material Culture Research Fellowships Fellowships Available To Apply Resources Environment Support Staff Current Research Fellows Former Research Fellows All Former Research Fellows Recent Winterthur Portfolio Educational Programs Activities School College School College Winterthur s museum garden and library collections form the basis for our school community and college programs which strive to engage students through a variety of interdisciplinary hands on activities Role playing working with objects and touring rooms in the museum provide experiences that are educational and fun Our superb guiding staff and our commitment to teaching students in small groups make every program special We hope you will join us These programs are made possible in part by the F M Kirby Foundation Bank of America Foundation a grant from the

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  • Error Page The page you requested has failed We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused Please report this error by sending an email to the Thank you

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  • Calendar - Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library
    Report Shop Museum Stores Special Offers Events Shop Online Bookstore Online Prints on Demand Licensed Products Winterthur Design Associates Winterthur is closed to the public January 4 February 29 and reopens March 1 with a full slate of new exhibitions house tours and programs Visit Admission Packages Spring at Winterthur Calendar of Events Hours Directions Plan Your Visit Moving About the Grounds Special Needs Access Group Visits Transportation to Winterthur Visiting the Brandywine Valley Tours Current Tours Upcoming Tours Group Tours Plan Your Visit Group Rates Reserve Group Tours Visiting Tips Group Dining and Shopping Directions and Parking Accessibility Visiting the Brandywine Valley Frequently Asked Questions Student Groups Virtual Tour About Winterthur The du Pont Family in America Newsletter Signup Press Room Winterthur in the News Archives Press Releases Archives Suggestion Box History of Winterthur About H F du Pont Fast Facts Get to Know Us Employment Full time Positions Part time Temporary Positions Paid Internship Positions Employment FAQ Subscribe to Job Notices Volunteer Internships Subscribe to Volunteer Opportunities Dining Monthly Specials Promotions About Restaurant Associates Weddings Corporate Entertaining Visit Calendar of Events 1 2016 March 3 2016 February 2016 Week of Feb 1 Feb 7 Mon Feb 1 Tue Feb 2 Wed Feb 3 Thu Feb 4 Fri Feb 5 Sat Feb 6 Sun Feb 7 Week of Feb 8 Feb 14 Mon Feb 8 Tue Feb 9 Wed Feb 10 Thu Feb 11 Fri Feb 12 Sat Feb 13 1 00 pm to 2 30 pm Members Only Second Saturdays Garden Walk Winter Color and First Flowers Join an expert garden staff member for this special garden walk In case of inclement weather call 302 888 4915 after 10 00 am Members only Members free Included with admission more Sun Feb 14 Week of Feb 15 Feb 21

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  • Calendar - Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library
    Heather Vogt Frederick Sold out Next series begins in November more Fri Apr 8 6 00 am to 6 00 am Web only Sale Visit winterthurstore com for a web only sale more 10 00 am to 5 00 pm The Sewell C Biggs WINTERTHUR FURNITURE FORUM Join us for Exotic Woods Masterful Makers Tropical Hardwoods and the Luxury Furniture Trade 1600 1850 more 10 00 am to 5 00 pm Annual Book Sale Shop in the Bookstore for our sale on selected titles topics include garden houses interiors furniture children s books and more more 1 00 pm to 3 00 pm Crafternoon Fabric Dyeing See beautiful eighteenth and nineteenth century fabrics dyed with natural materials then use natural dyes to make your own silk scarf Members only 10 per person Registration required by one week prior to each meeting more Sat Apr 9 6 00 am to 6 00 am Web only Sale Visit winterthurstore com for a web only sale more 10 00 am to 5 00 pm The Sewell C Biggs WINTERTHUR FURNITURE FORUM Join us for Exotic Woods Masterful Makers Tropical Hardwoods and the Luxury Furniture Trade 1600 1850 more 1 00 pm to 3 00 pm Made in the Americas Hands on History Cart Explore themes of the Made in the Americas exhibition through hands on activities Members free Included with admission more 10 00 am to 5 00 pm Annual Book Sale Shop in the Bookstore for our sale on selected titles topics include garden houses interiors furniture children s books and more more 11 30 am to 12 00 pm Made in the Americas Guided Gallery Walk Take a guided gallery walk of Made in the Americas every weekend at 11 30 am 1 00 pm and 2 00 pm more 1 00 pm to 1 30 pm Made in the Americas Guided Gallery Walk Take a guided gallery walk of Made in the Americas every weekend at 11 30 am 1 00 pm and 2 00 pm more 1 00 pm to 2 30 pm Garden Walk Winterhazels and Early Azaleas Learn fascinating little known details about the estate with our horticulture staff Dress for the weather and wear walking shoes Walk lasts about 90 minutes Members free Included with admission more 2 00 pm to 2 30 pm Made in the Americas Guided Gallery Walk Take a guided gallery walk of Made in the Americas every weekend at 11 30 am 1 00 pm and 2 00 pm more Sun Apr 10 6 00 am to 6 00 am Web only Sale Visit winterthurstore com for a web only sale more 10 00 am to 5 00 pm Annual Book Sale Shop in the Bookstore for our sale on selected titles topics include garden houses interiors furniture children s books and more more 11 30 am to 12 00 pm Made in the Americas Guided Gallery Walk Take a guided gallery walk of Made in the Americas every weekend at 11 30 am 1 00 pm and 2 00 pm more 1 00 pm to 1 30 pm Made in the Americas Guided Gallery Walk Take a guided gallery walk of Made in the Americas every weekend at 11 30 am 1 00 pm and 2 00 pm more 2 00 pm to 2 30 pm Made in the Americas Guided Gallery Walk Take a guided gallery walk of Made in the Americas every weekend at 11 30 am 1 00 pm and 2 00 pm more Week of Apr 11 Apr 17 Mon Apr 11 6 00 am to 6 00 am Web only Sale Visit winterthurstore com for a web only sale more Tue Apr 12 6 00 pm to 7 00 pm Lecture At Home in the Garden Style icon and author Carolyne Roehm will take guests through the defining elements of her Weatherstone garden in Connecticut the subject of her book At Home in the Garden and will share personal reflections about her extraordinary life and the humbling effects of nature 5 per Member 15 per nonmember Students free more 1 00 pm to 2 30 pm Historical Journeys Individuals in the early stages of Alzheimer s disease or other forms of dementia are invited to participate in this interactive program the second Tuesday of each month which will include thematic tours of the museum collection and lots of conversation Please register by calling the Alzheimer s Association Delaware Valley Chapter 800 272 3900 Wed Apr 13 5 00 pm to 8 30 pm Winterthur After Hours On these special evenings celebrating the exhibition Made in the Americas enjoy an eclectic mix of international music by recognized and emerging artists along with tastings and presenters Additional and discount pricing apply more 11 30 am to 12 30 pm Garden Walk Spring Ephemerals of Azalea Woods Enjoy an early spring day in the Azalea Woods Susan Sibley garden horticulturist will be your guide as you witness the garden come to life with bluebells trilliums and windflowers Members free Included with admission more Thu Apr 14 9 00 am to 5 00 pm Ceramics Up Close Hands On Study Days Join Winterthur staff visiting scholars and fellow collectors for this intimate and limited registration opportunity to get an up close look at ceramics more Fri Apr 15 6 00 am to 6 00 am Web only Sale Visit winterthurstore com for a web only sale more 9 00 am to 5 00 pm Ceramics Up Close Hands On Study Days Join Winterthur staff visiting scholars and fellow collectors for this intimate and limited registration opportunity to get an up close look at ceramics more 10 00 am to 4 00 pm Museum Store Pop Up Shop Visit the Museum Store pop up shop in the Galleries Reception Atrium more Sat Apr 16 1 00 pm to 3 00 pm Made in the Americas Hands on History Cart Explore themes of the Made in the Americas exhibition through hands

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  • Who's Your Daddy? - Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library
    Online Bookstore Online Prints on Demand Licensed Products Winterthur Design Associates Winterthur is closed to the public January 4 February 29 and reopens March 1 with a full slate of new exhibitions house tours and programs What to See Connect with Us Museum House Galleries Metalwork Gallery Campbell Collection of Soup Tureens Who s Your Daddy Library Garden What s in Bloom Yearly Bloom Calendar Major Plant Groupings Summer Color in the Garden Fall Color in the Garden Explore the Winterthur Garden Plant Database History of the Garden H F du Pont as Master Gardener The Big Ideas behind the Winterthur Garden Enchanted Woods Interactive Map Letter from the Enchanted Woods Faeries Tale of Enchanted Woods Internships Interns Now Picnic FAQ Walking FAQ Who s Your Daddy Exhibitions Upcoming Exhibitions Past Exhibitions Who s Your Daddy Online Exhibitions Library Revealed Common Destinations Boston Furniture at Winterthur American Tinware Nadler Chinese Porcelain Uncorked Wine Objects Tradition Who s Your Daddy Patriotic America Spode Exhibition Yuletide Yuletide Slideshow Who s Your Daddy Point to Point Steeplechase Sponsors General Admission Tailgate Parking Event Features Race Day Schedule Photo Contest Advertising Sponsorship Opportunities Jumbo Screen Sponsorship Horsemen Only Who s Your Daddy Delaware Antiques Show Delaware Antiques Show Sponsors Delaware Antiques Show History List of Dealers Show Catalogue Tips for New Collectors Who s Your Daddy What to See Online Exhibitions Who s Your Daddy Who s Your Daddy Families in Early American Needlework October 4 2008 August 17 2009 Historians have long recognized that family networks play a crucial role in the social political commercial and religious activities of both men and women The exhibition explored the importance of families with regard to samplers and needlework pictures how needlework can serve as primary source material for historical and genealogical research and how needlework

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  • is the oldest surviving garden area at Winterthur Du Pont studied The Wild Garden 1904 and other writings by British horticulturists William Robinson and Gertrude Jekyll Using these ideas du Pont began naturalizing daffodils on the bank and by the

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  • The contrasting color combination of yellow winterhazels and rosy lavender Korean rhododendrons presents a colorful display in early April Many perennials including corydalis primroses and hellebores bloom in shades of

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  • by landscape architect Marian Coffin this charming area originally was the site of the croquet lawn and tennis courts Fragrant heirloom plants in shades of pink white and lavender form

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