Thank you to our 2021 Sponsors. To discuss sponsorship opportunities and sponsor benefits, please call or email museum director Lindsay Houpt-Varner.
2021 Sponsorship Opportunities at Rokeby Museum
2021 Preservation Sponsor — $20,000 (fulfilled!)
Thank you to our 2021 sponsor, PC Construction.
PC Construction offers general contracting, construction management and design-build services to private and public clients across the country. The company manages projects along the eastern seaboard of the United States from its headquarters in Vermont and a network of locations in Florida, Georgia, Maine, Maryland, New Hampshire, New York and North Carolina. A construction industry leader for over 60 years, PC Construction is guided to success by its team of dedicated employee-owners.
2021 Seasonal Exhibit Sponsor — $5,000 (available)
A Modern Artist: The Commercial Art of Rachael Robinson Elmer Rokeby Museum’s 2021 seasonal exhibit explores the artistic career of Rachael Robinson Elmer (1878–1919) and her rise as a professional illustrator in the early twentieth century.
Exhibit open: May 30–October 24, 2021
2021 Education Sponsor — $4,000 (available)
In 2021, Rokeby Museum is launching a series of new education initiatives aimed towards K–12 students. History is the key to understanding our present and our youth education programs will incorporate the stories of four generations of the Robinson family into conversations surrounding race, social justice, conservation, and literacy.
2021 Summer Programs Sponsor — $3,000 (available)
Support our summer programming including a reading of Fredrick Douglass’ 5th of July speech, Sunday afternoon lectures, and the Pie & Ice Cream Social.
2021 “Second Saturdays” Sponsor — $2,500 (available)
Help us make the second Saturday of the month (June, July, August) FREE TO THE PUBLIC! Your sponsorship will off-set the cost of admission and allow us to provide fun activities to engage new audiences at Rokeby!
2021 Halloween Weekend Fundraiser Sponsor — $1,000 (available)
Spiritualism at Rokeby: Communications from Ann King’s papers. In the 1840s and ’50s residents at Rokeby attended and hosted séances in which they spoke to their deceased relatives. Over Halloween weekend we will host a re-creation of a séance at Rokeby in our historic house. Ticket holders will learn about the rise of spiritualism in the 19thc, experience the details of a séance, and hear the words of Thomas R. Robinson from beyond the grave.
Your support makes Rokeby’s work possible. Thank you!