The Museum of Work & Culture

On October 10, the Museum of Work & Culture celebrated its 10th anniversary. More than 200 guests attended the festivities in Woonsocket and toasted to the museum’s next decade of public education along with announcements of a capital and endowment campaign and new exhibits.

Anne Conway, co-director of the Museum of Work & Culture; Bernard Fishman, executive director of the Rhode Island Historical Society; Gordon Fox, majority leader of the Rhode Island House of Representatives; Michel Têtu, deputy consul general of Canada; Roger Begin, sales director of BNY Mellon Wealth Management; France Dionne, deleguee du Quebec en Nouvelle-Angleterre; Raymond Bacon, co-director of the Museum of Work & Culture.