NARM Quarterly Winter 2018 - Page 7

New Members

Denver Firefighters Museum

Denver, Colorado

303-892-1436

denverfirefightersmuseum.org

The mission of the Denver Firefighters Museum is to preserve the history of the Denver Fire Department and firefighting through the collection and preservation of artifacts, documents and photographs. The purpose of the Museum is to educate the public about fire safety and the history of firefighting in Denver from its inception to the present.

New Britain Youth Museum and Nature Center

New Britain, Connecticut

860-827-9064

newbritainyouthmuseum.org

For over 62 years, the New Britain Youth Museum (NBYM) has served the citizens of central Connecticut by providing high quality educational programs in the arts, humanities and natural sciences. Two locations have been established to meet our mission; NBYM at Hungerford Park, a 30-acre nature- and animal rehabilitation center in Kensington, and our downtown New Britain site, an intimate museum with a changing exhibits and interactive activities for children of all ages. Both locations are open year round.

Donkey Mill Art Center

Cuneo Mansion and Gardens at Loyola Lake County

Vernon Hills, Illinois

847-362-3042

luc.edu/Cuneo

Built between 1914 and 1916, the

Cuneo Mansion and Gardens is a

beautifully preserved Italian Villa-

style home. Originally built for

Samuel Insull, the founder of

Commonwealth Edison, the home

was purchase in 1937 by John

Cuneo, Sr. On display are the Cuneos’

European and American antiques.

Holualoa, Hawaii

808-322-3362

donkeymillartcenter.org

The Donkey Mill Art Center is a community art center serving residents and visitors at our facility housed in a historic coffee mill in Holualoa, Hawaii. This includes hands-on classes, exhibitions, and events of contemporary visual arts, crafts and culture. We are a gathering place where people develop as creative, conscious, and healthy human beings through art education and experience. We are open to all and welcome drop-in guests to view the current exhibit, tour the facility, peruse our class offerings, enjoy a cup of coffee with ocean views, purchase locally made gifts and art, and get to know the community.