Night at the Museum V: More Voices from the Cemetery

The Woodman is announcing its fifth annual Night at the Museum event, “More Voices from the Cemetery,” to be held at the picturesque Pine Hill Cemetery on the weekend of October 13-14. Join us for a celebration of some of Dover’s most famous, noteworthy and notorious residents. Live actors and actresses will play out vignettes and scenes from the lives of generations past. To find out more, please visit: http://woodmanmuseum.org/natm2017/. To reserve your tickets for the event, please click here.

 

Night at the Museum V: More Voices from the Cemetery

The Woodman Museum’s presents “Night at the Museum V: More Voices from the Cemetery”

For its 5th annual re-enactment event, the Woodman Museum will present “More Voices from the Cemetery” on October
14-15, 2017 on the grounds of Dover’s picturesque and historic Pine Hill Cemetery.

In two dozen scenes, laid out all over Pine Hill Cemetery, history will come to life in October during the 90-minute
escorted tours of this burial ground that dates from 1731. More than 20 noted, nefarious, or notorious Dover citizens
will come to life beside their headstones, regaling visitors with tales of mirth, woe, and amazement! Among the
residents lifting their voices in the cemetery will be sea captains, business leaders, soldiers, politicians, ministers, lost
lovers, and even a famous opera singer!

Tickets for “More Voices from the Cemetery” are on sale now on Eventbrite (click here to purchase). Day-of ticket sales will occur at the Pine Hill Cemetery chapel.
This is a family-friendly tour, suitable for all ages. Prices are $15 for adults, $7 for students (12-21) and $5 for children under 12. For additional
information and/or to volunteer with “More Voices from the Cemetery”, call the Woodman Museum at 603-742- 1038.

If you are interested in volunteer opportunities for NATM 2017, please visit: http://woodmanmuseum.org/volunteer-natm-2017/.

Night at the Museum V: More Voices from the Cemetery

The Woodman Museum’s presents “Night at the Museum V: More Voices from the Cemetery”

For its 5th annual re-enactment event, the Woodman Museum will present “More Voices from the Cemetery” on October
14-15, 2017 on the grounds of Dover’s picturesque and historic Pine Hill Cemetery.

In two dozen scenes, laid out all over Pine Hill Cemetery, history will come to life in October during the 90-minute
escorted tours of this burial ground that dates from 1731. More than 20 noted, nefarious, or notorious Dover citizens
will come to life beside their headstones, regaling visitors with tales of mirth, woe, and amazement! Among the
residents lifting their voices in the cemetery will be sea captains, business leaders, soldiers, politicians, ministers, lost
lovers, and even a famous opera singer!

Tickets for “More Voices from the Cemetery” are on sale now on Eventbrite (click here to purchase). Day-of ticket sales will occur at the Pine Hill Cemetery chapel.
This is a family-friendly tour, suitable for all ages. Prices are $15 for adults, $7 for students (12-21) and $5 for children under 12. For additional
information and/or to volunteer with “More Voices from the Cemetery”, call the Woodman Museum at 603-742- 1038.

If you are interested in volunteer opportunities for NATM 2017, please visit: http://woodmanmuseum.org/volunteer-natm-2017/.

Day of Caring (United Way of the Greater Seacoast)

For 26 years, United Way of the Greater Seacoast has brought hundreds of volunteers together to participate in Day of Caring.  This annual, full day opportunity offers teams of volunteers from local companies and organizations the chance to roll up their sleeves and make a difference in the community.  Projects are available at nonprofits, schools, and libraries throughout the Seacoast region.

The Woodman needs your help! We need at least 20 volunteers for yard work, painting, carpentry, landscaping and demolition. And, of course, we will have food and beverages for the volunteers!

We hope you will join us this year on September 13th and help us increase these numbers and impact.

Thanks for your support!

The Port of Dover Exhibit

The Woodman Museum’s new gallery exhibit, “The Port of Dover,” is open to the public. Our exhibit highlights the prominence of our lovely city as a bustling trading port. Dover’s history is inextricably linked with the Cochecho River, upon which it was founded. Our show offers a glimpse into its spectacular past, from the humble gundalow captains to the massive schooners that docked at the landing. To tell the story, we have put together a collection of artifacts, maps, original fine art, and models!

Come visit! The Port of Dover exhibit will be open for the months of June and July. There is no admission fee.

The Art Talk is scheduled for June 14 at the Thom Hindle Gallery from 6-8pm.

The Thom Hindle Gallery @ the Keefe House, Woodman Museum
15 Summer St., Dover, NH 03820

Please check out our other June events below.


 

 

Discounted Library Passes

We are proud to announce our continuing partnership with area libraries to offer discounted admission prices to the general public! Our area libraries are a great resource and we are happy to offer discounted admissions for the great people who frequent them.

For more information and to sign up, click here:

Woodman Museum Library Passes.

 

 

Castaways Speaker Event with George Maglaras

Explore Dover’s link with the Atlantic and beyond! A short hop down the Cochecho and Piscataqua Rivers will land fishermen and trading vessels in Portsmouth Harbor. The Isles of Shoals have, for a hundreds of years, an excellent fishing ground for local fishermen. Dover itself was once a rival to Portsmouth and eastern seaboard trading cities. Around the turn of the century, great schooners would dock right at Dover Landing!

Join us at Castaways (31 Cocheco St, Dover, NH 03820) from 5pm – 7pm to hear colorful waterfront and nautical stories from Dover’s own George Maglaras, owner of George’s Marina.

 

“Port of Dover” Gallery Reception

Wednesday, June 14th
6-8pm

The Woodman Museum’s new gallery exhibit, “The Port of Dover,” is open to the public. Our exhibit highlights the prominence of our lovely city as a bustling trading port. Dover’s history is inextricably linked with the Cochecho River, upon which it was founded. Our show offers a glimpse into its spectacular past, from the humble gundalow captains to the massive schooners that docked at the landing. To tell the story, we have put together a collection of artifacts, maps, original fine art, and models!

Come visit! The Port of Dover exhibit will be open for the months of June and July. There is no admission fee.

The Thom Hindle Gallery @ the Keefe House, Woodman Museum
15 Summer St., Dover, NH 03820

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The Woodman Museum is Open!

The Woodman Museum is open for visitors from 10am – 5pm, Wed/Th/Fri/Sat/Sun. Admission is $13 for adults, $10 for seniors, $9 for students, and $7 for children (ages 4-12). We offer discounts for groups, families and active military/family of deployed military (free).

Check out our membership options: http://woodmanmuseum.org/join-and-support/

The Woodman Museum is Open!

The Woodman Museum is open for visitors from 10am – 5pm, Wed/Th/Fri/Sat/Sun. Admission is $13 for adults, $10 for seniors, $9 for students, and $7 for children (ages 4-12). We offer discounts for groups, families and active military/family of deployed military (free).

Check out our membership options: http://woodmanmuseum.org/join-and-support/