AT THE PRINTING MUSEUM
“The Confounding Brothers”
Saturday, July 1st from 10 am to 4 pm
Celebrate the Country’s Birthday at the Printing Museum’s annual Independence Day Celebration event with our Founding Fathers, otherwise known as The Confounding Brothers! Ben Franklin, John Adams, and Thomas Jefferson will give a humorous and thought provoking account of the creation of The Declaration of Independence and how our nation came to be.
The day’s festivities include special working tours of the Printing Museum collections, including the opportunity to print your own Declaration on Franklin’s Colonial press. Take home lots of patriotic souvenirs printed on our authentic tabletop presses.
Your admission includes a lunch of Freedom Dogs, American Apple Pie, and Colonial Punch in Madame Brillon’s French Garden de Liberte, all while being serenaded by our 18th Century musicians The Colonial Roses. Activities for the whole family are throughout the day in the Museum galleries.
In the Museum’s Heritage theater there will be the entertaining show “The Confounding Brothers“ written and performed by our own Phil Soinski. Franklin, Jefferson, and Adams lightheartedly examine the events leading up to this Day of Independence. Please note there is limited seating in the theater and reservations are recommended. Event runs from 10am-4pm. Performances at 11am, 1 pm, and 3pm.
Attendees of the 3 pm show should arrive an hour and a half before the show to experience the printing and food as this portion of the event ends at 4 pm.
Plan to show up at least an hour before showtime and to stay for 2-3 hours watching the show and doing activities. The show is suitable for all ages 10 and up.
Members of the Museum are $12 per person or a family group rate of $40 for up to 4 people.