The JFK Hyannis Museum was featured in Long Island Weekly's Vacation & Travel section on April 16, 2016. Click here to read JFK Museum A President And The Cape.
JFK Hyannis Museum is proud to have been featured in a new video by LIFE, Living Independently Forever, Inc. LIFE, Living Independently Forever, Inc., is a non profit organization that provides supported independent living for adults with disabilities within its condominium communities on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. www.lifecapecod.org. Click here to view the video on LIFE's
On Tuesday November 24th at 10am, former US Senator Paul G. Kirk addressed students on the subject of “service to the community” at Mashpee Middle-High School. This event was by John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum and was the first of the museum's two Youth Speaker Series for the 2015-2016 school year at the Victoria L.
JFK Hyannis Museum is proud to announce Educational Member HoYin Yuen is named Middle School Art Educator of the Year by the Massachusetts Art Education Association. Barnstable Intermediate School art teacher HoYin Yuen, recently named Middle School Art Educator of the Year, leads a class. HoYin Yuen became an art teacher because he knew it would
The JFK Hyannis Museum is proud to announce that Katie Curran, student and JFK Hyannis Museum intern, was featured in CBS Boston News' Eye On Education: Project Next Generation. Curran’s dream was to start a movement to stop a growing problem: young people aren’t voting. She then created and funded her own organization doing all the research by herself.
On a beautiful Tuesday morning, the sun was shining as Mr. Robert Luddington began his lecture about the interior design of the Kennedy Compound, beginning with the tradition in the Kennedy family and the memorial book that was created for Mrs. Rose Kennedy, the mother of the legendary family. Mr. Luddington spoke about how he
Jack and Bobby: Brothers First By: Andrea Spencer On Tuesday, June 9th on a warm, overcast morning, a crowd gathered in the courtyard of the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum to celebrate the Grand Opening of the new exhibit, Jack and Bobby: Brothers First. The exhibit covers the duration of the relationship, from childhoods spent
The John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum Foundation is excited to announce the winners of its 2015 Scholarship Essay Contest. The winners are Sara Buscher and Julia Tager, seniors at Falmouth High School and Sturgis Charter Public School respectively. Sara and Julia will each be awarded a scholarship of $2,500 for submitting essays which demonstrated a
On April 10th the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum Foundation sponsored a Youth Ambassadorship Committee program at the Museum. The students in attendance were prospective members of the Museum’s Youth Ambassador Program, which is comprised of 11th and 12th graders who have a strong understanding of history, and a deep passion for civic service. As
Sunday April 19th, Cape Cod middle school students gathered at the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum on the weekend of the 119th Boston Marathon to honor Martin Richard, the eight-year-old 2013 Boston Marathon bombing victim. Project Next Generation, a civics and leadership educational organization, was founded by seventeen-year-old Katie Curran. Katie Curran, a Cape Cod