John Allen has officially retired from his position as president of the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum. A retirement celebration was held at the museum recently. Allen, who turned 75 this year, is feeling bittersweet after stepping down from the position. He did, however, go on to mention that he is confident that the museum
The John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum is grateful to be included in an article Captivated by the Cape, written By Kara Murphy for DockWalk.com. Kara visited Cape Cod in late Spring 2019 where she explored things to do in Hyannis, including the JFK Hyannis Museum. Kara also provides tips for day trips from Hyannis in
Back in May of this year, John Allen, who had been the president of the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum for the past 7 years, announced that he would be retiring and stepping down from his post. Immediately, the foundation began a search for a new president of the museum. And that search led
Laura Dambier brings corporate and government leadership to growing museum HYANNIS, MA (Sept 24, 2019) – The JFK Hyannis Museum Foundation Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Laura Dambier has been chosen to become the next president of the museum. Dambier, an accomplished senior executive leader with more than 30 years of
The John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum hosted two days of summer learning fun for Ezra H. Baker Innovation School’s summer program students. The first day students enjoyed STEM lessons with the museum’s education staff. The second day was a field trip to Race Point Beach in Provincetown, where National Seashore park rangers provided students with
A special two-week memorial exhibit honoring Edward M. Kennedy on the 10th anniversary of his passing
We are proud to display a special two-week memorial exhibit honoring Edward M. Kennedy on the 10th anniversary of his passing. The JFK Hyannis Museum opened in 1992, and from the very beginning, Senator Kennedy was deeply involved and supportive of the Museum and its mission. As he said at the opening event: “On behalf
Thank you to Sarah Sullivan and Pat Sullivan Smith for the donation of a beautiful Franklin Mint Jacqueline Kennedy doll and accessories. We will add this to our collection!
HYANNIS, Mass. (WPRI) — Tuesday marked the 20th anniversary of the tragic plane crash that claimed the life of John F. Kennedy Jr. along with his wife and her sister. Kennedy, Carolyn Bessette Kennedy and her sister Lauren were on their way to Martha’s Vineyard for the wedding of his cousin Rory Kennedy. JFK Jr.
Barnstable High School 2019 graduate Ila Maeve Bedenkop and Cape Cod Regional Technical High School graduate Hannah Capra have each won a $2,500 scholarship for their civic engagement from the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum Foundation. The museum foundation received 45 essays, submitted from 14 Cape and Islands high schools, for its annual scholarship program.
The John F. Kennedy Museum is proud to be included in a recently published travel article in a German magazine - GOLFEN. The article is written by German journalist Cornelia Bruckner and is based on her May 2019 Summer visit to Cape Cod. The JFK Museum is grateful for being included in worldwide