Night at the Museum V Casting Call

Call for Cast Members: Woodman Museum’s “Night at the Museum” event returns in October

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.
Approximately 60 cast members are being sought to act, lead tours, or provide event assistance during this 2-day
production when dozens of famous (or infamous) Dover residents will rise from the dead at their gravesites to entertain
you with details from their most interesting lives! All acting roles are for adults, but no acting experience is required! We
are seeking individuals with an interest in bringing history to life, and in helping Dover’s oldest museum, now in its 101 st
year.
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 40 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!
For those thinking about participating, there will be a Cast Orientation Session on Thursday, August 24 at 6:30pm at the
Museum’s Keefe House (15 Summer St.). You are invited to meet the production staff, ask questions, and talk with
others who’ve participated in previous “Night at the Museum” events. After the orientation, you can decide if you’d like
to sign on to the cast as a character, as a Tour Guide, or help out behind the scenes.
Tickets for “More Voices from the Cemetery” will go on sale in September at the Woodman Museum and on its website.
This is a family-friendly tour, suitable for all ages. Prices are $15 for adults 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.

To sign up for an acting role on our website, visit: http://woodmanmuseum.org/night-museum-2017-casting/.

Night at the Museum V: More Voices from the Cemetery

Call for Cast Members: Woodman Museum’s “Night at the Museum” event returns in October

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.
Approximately 60 cast members are being sought to act, lead tours, or provide event assistance during this 2-day
production when dozens of famous (or infamous) Dover residents will rise from the dead at their gravesites to entertain
you with details from their most interesting lives! All acting roles are for adults, but no acting experience is required! We
are seeking individuals with an interest in bringing history to life, and in helping Dover’s oldest museum, now in its 101 st
year.
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 40 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!
For those thinking about participating, there will be a Cast Orientation Session on Thursday, August 24 at 6:30pm at the
Museum’s Keefe House (15 Summer St.). You are invited to meet the production staff, ask questions, and talk with
others who’ve participated in previous “Night at the Museum” events. After the orientation, you can decide if you’d like
to sign on to the cast as a character, as a Tour Guide, or help out behind the scenes.
Tickets for “More Voices from the Cemetery” will go on sale in September at the Woodman Museum and on its website.
This is a family-friendly tour, suitable for all ages. Prices are $15 for adults 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.

To sign up for an acting role on our website, visit: http://woodmanmuseum.org/night-museum-2017-casting/.

Night at the Museum V: More Voices from the Cemetery

Call for Cast Members: Woodman Museum’s “Night at the Museum” event returns in October

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.
Approximately 60 cast members are being sought to act, lead tours, or provide event assistance during this 2-day
production when dozens of famous (or infamous) Dover residents will rise from the dead at their gravesites to entertain
you with details from their most interesting lives! All acting roles are for adults, but no acting experience is required! We
are seeking individuals with an interest in bringing history to life, and in helping Dover’s oldest museum, now in its 101 st
year.
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 40 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!
For those thinking about participating, there will be a Cast Orientation Session on Thursday, August 24 at 6:30pm at the
Museum’s Keefe House (15 Summer St.). You are invited to meet the production staff, ask questions, and talk with
others who’ve participated in previous “Night at the Museum” events. After the orientation, you can decide if you’d like
to sign on to the cast as a character, as a Tour Guide, or help out behind the scenes.
Tickets for “More Voices from the Cemetery” will go on sale in September at the Woodman Museum and on its website.
This is a family-friendly tour, suitable for all ages. Prices are $15 for adults 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.

To sign up for an acting role on our website, visit: http://woodmanmuseum.org/night-museum-2017-casting/.

Ocean Discovery Day

The UNH Marine Docents bring marine science to you with Ocean Discovery Day!

On Thursday, July 20, 2017 (10am-3pm) the Woodman will be featuring hands-on activities for curious visitors. Meet sea stars, crabs and other creatures that live on the rocky shores of the Seacoast. Learn interesting facts about lobsters, octopuses and marine mammals. Discover something new about our Great Bay Estuary habitats, beaches, and coastal waters!

We are also featuring a LIVE Feed with Dr. Robert Ballard and the Corps of Exploration.

Come join us! The museum is free and open to the public for the entire day!

Woodman Museum Partners with Nicole’s Hallmark for July

The Woodman Museum & Nicole's Hallmark 2017 July

The Woodman Museum is proud to announce its partnership with Nicole’s Hallmark. Right in the heart of the city, Nicole’s has been brightening the lives of Dover residents for over 25 years.

With your admission receipt from the Woodman, you’ll receive 10% off your purchase at Nicole’s Hallmark. If you have a receipt from Nicole’s, you will receive half price admission for one at the Woodman!

Stop by the museum and help us celebrate the Fourth of July and enjoy some shopping at Nicole’s!

Check out Nicole’s Hallmark (386 Central Ave. Dover, NH 03820) at http://www.nicoleshallmark.com/.

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!

Henry Law Park Playground Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

JoCome celebrate the opening of the new Henry Law Park Playground Ribbon Cutting Ceremonyin the Woodman Museum for the Henry Law Park playground ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday, June 24 @ 9:30am. The new playground (once the site of Cocheco Manufacturing Company’s Printworks) includes a mini-Garrison Hill climbing tower and a re-purposed Edward Adams gundalow. It’ll also be the last chance to buy a raffle ticket to win a Christopher James Ward remarque print of Old Dover Landing.

Come join us for a wonderful day at the park! To RSVP, visit our Facebook page.