On Sunday, February 26, the John H. Chafee Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor Commission, in cooperation with the Museum of Work and Culture and the Rhode Island Historical Society, will present the fourth in a series of Ranger Day Talks at 1:30 pm.
At this event, Sarah Zurier, of the Rhode Island Historical Preservation & Heritage Commission, will discuss Rhode Island’s wartime garden movements from King Philip’s War to World War II.
The remainder of the Ranger Talks schedule is as follows:
March 11: National Park Ranger Kevin Klyberg presents “R.I. and the War of 1812.”
April 1: Former Woonsocket resident Chip Bishop presents a talk on his newly released book “The Lion and the Journalist.”
The one hour long Ranger Talks are held on Sundays at 1:30 pm in the museum’s ITU Hall. All talks are free and open to the public. For more information about this or other programs in the series, call the Museum of Work and Culture at 401.769.9675.