ROWE -- The Kemp-McCarthy Museum will celebrate its 50th anniversary from 2 to 4 p.m., on Sunday, June 30.
Special events to commemorate the day include the opening of the museum’s new historical research library; "Childhood Memories," an exhibit of antique games and children’s clothing; a display of fashionable antique hats; the unveiling of a special research project cataloging Rowe’s houses; the opening of the newly refurbished music room; a special showing of rare documents from the late-18th and early 19th centuries; and "The Way We Were," an exhibit of clothing and artifacts from 1963, the year the Kemp-McCarthy Museum opened.
The celebration includes a buffet of sweets made by Rowe bakers and live music by the Main Street Teds.
State Rep. Paul Mark will be one of the special guests at the free, public event.
For more information, visit www.rowehistoricalsociety.org