A Spirited Evening at the House
Saturday, January 11th, 2020 – 6-9 pm
RSVP to save your spot for this authentic paranormal investigation with Patrick Mesmer. Who will make an appearance? The House of Refuge has a colorful history of sightings from shipwrecked sailors, to faces in the clerestory windows, to a little girl in turn-of-the-century dress. Patrick will use all of the latest technology to attempt to contact those who wish to communicate.
$50 per person
Space is VERY limited – RSVP to reserve your spot: 772-225-1875
Note: the House of Refuge is currently experiencing phone issues (could it be the spirits?!?) so if you can’t get through by phone, email MPhillips@elliottmuseum.org or call the Elliott Museum at 772-225-1961 to RSVP.
A Brush Stroke in Time
October 1, 2019
Enjoy paintings by local pioneer Curt Whiticar (1911-2017). Whiticar’s paintings depict historical events in early Martin County. Coupled with vintage photographs and verbiage, the exhibit tells the story of the area’s colorful and interesting history.