Now announcing our second speaker series of 2018! Join us at 7pm on Sept. 20 for a talk given by Woodman docent and Civil War historian Paul Timmerman on the 1st NH Light Artillery Battery’s involvement in the Civil War. The admission is $5 for nonmembers and is free for
Join us for our 2018 Summer fundraiser, co-hosted by Bad Lab Beer Co.! No rain date. $5 admission and suggested donation for beer sales. Food will be available for purchase. Music by The Bog Standard and Great Bay Sailor. This event is brought to you by Woodman Trustee Periklis Karoutas,
In celebration of the Woodman’s 100th Season in 2016, one hundred historically important “treasures” from collections across the campus were chosen to be highlighted in daily articles of the Foster’s Daily Democrat newspaper. Each of the specially marked artifacts has a special connection with Dover or the surrounding Seacoast area
The Woodman Museum will be leading an effort to commemorate 2018’s Memorial Day (Monday, May 28) on the grounds of the Dover Public Library and at the Grand Army of the Republic Monument at the Pine Hill Cemetery. At 10:00am, members of the Woodman Museum—alongside 1st NH Light Artillery reenactors—will
The art of Patricia Francoeur and Ruth Ann Bleau is on display from April to May. The Thom Hindle Gallery is open during regular museum hours, Wednesday through Sunday, 10am – 5pm. An Art Talk featuring the two local artists will be held on May 17 from 5pm – 7pm.
For our 2018 Members Day, the Woodman Museum will be staging an open-house with special guided tours showcasing all the new exhibits and changes in the Hale and Woodman Houses. The taxidermy, scouting and Native American artifact exhibits in the Woodman and the entire first floor at the Hale House
Join us for a party! Great beer, great food, raffles, a trivia contest, and brewery tours are all on offer. In honor of the Woodman Museum, our friends at 7th Settlement are recreating the Woodman IPA. A new keg is being brewed and will be available to purchase by the
The Woodman Museum has received a $6,000 grant award from the NH Land and Community Heritage Investment Program (LCHIP) to support its efforts to strategically assess and identify problems and necessary architectural improvements at the Woodman House (built in 1818), one of four buildings on the museum campus. The grant