HYANNIS – High school seniors are invited to participate in an essay contest being presented by the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum Foundation. The challenge is to explain the meaning of the famous quote from JFK’s inaugural address, “Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.”
The John F. Kennedy Museum is proud to be included in a recently published travel article in Jyllands-Posten - one of Denmark's largest circulation newspapers. The article was published January 27, 2018 and was written by Danish journalist LOUISE KASTRUP SCHEIBEL after her visit to Cape Cod. The JFK Museum is thankful for being
More than 50 students at Hyannis West Elementary School don’t mind staying after school for two and a half hours and doing their homework because they also get to do educational and fun projects with others in the community. The after-school program -- from 3:30 to 6 p.m. every school day -- is called the
The John F. Kennedy Museum is proud to be included in a recently published travel article in a Danish magazine. The article is written by Danish journalist Helle Bjerre Christensen and is based on his 2017 Summer visit to Cape Cod. The JFK Museum is thankful for being included in worldwide magazines as a
BOSTON — Without uttering the president’s name, Representative Joseph P. Kennedy III chastised the Trump administration Tuesday night for what he said was its abandonment of the fundamental values for which the nation stands. “Their record is a rebuke of our highest American ideal: the belief that we are all worthy, we are all equal
The John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum Foundation has elected a new board president: Peter Ubertaccio, a Sandwich resident, longtime board member, and the founding dean of the School of Arts and Sciences at Stonehill College in Easton. He will take the helm from Richard W. Neitz, who guided the museum board for the past four
By The Associated Press HYANNIS, Mass. — Nov 27, 2017, 10:49 AM ET A hockey stick featuring the signatures of former U.S. President John F. Kennedy, and his brothers, Robert and Edward Kennedy, is now on display at a Cape Cod museum. The stick was donated last week to the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum
Several area nonprofit groups were beneficiaries of Comedy for the Community, an Oct. 12 fundraiser organized by the Rogers & Gray Charitable Foundation at Heritage Museums & Gardens in Sandwich, according to a statement. The third such event benefited three organizations providing services to people with developmental disabilities: Community Connections, which received $13,338, Cape Abilities,
JFK HYANNIS MUSEUM RECEIVES $25K GRANT FROM BANK OF AMERICA Funds will target STEM and Civics Lessons (HYANNIS, Ma. – October 10, 2017) – Celebrating its 25th anniversary, the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum is pleased to announce a $25,000 grant from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation to help bolster the museum’s educational programs.
The JFK Hyannis Museum is proud to have been featured in an article about Cape Cod in an Italian travel and tourism magazine! Click here to read the article! (Italian).