Foster’s Daily Democrat article on Woodman Museum’s 101st Season & 7th Settlement Fundraiser, March 30, 2017

Foster’s Daily Democrat reporter Nik Beimler details the goings-on at the Woodman for the first month of its 101st operating season and visits the 7th Settlement Brewery to get the story behind their new Woodman IPA brew.

Read the full article here:

United Through Art: Student Art Show, March 23, 2017

Opening Night: Thurs, March 23. (5pm – 7pm)

Friday, Saturday & Sunday March 24-26. (11am – 3pm)

United through Art FLYER 2.22.17

Dover – The 7th Settlement in New Hampshire That Everyone Should Visit At Least Once, Nov. 4, 2016

“NDAMM GARRISON canopy 2015 fullew Hampshire was one of the first areas settled when Europeans came to America. In fact, Dover, the oldest town in New Hampshire, was settled in 1623, making it the seventh-oldest settlement in the United States. Nearly 400 years later, New Hampshire’s oldest town is still a bustling little city that everyone in the state should visit at least once. Here’s what you should do during your day in New Hampshire’s oldest town.” Be sure to catch the rest of this article about Dover, New Hampshire by Kelly Burch posted on the website on November 4, 2016. Read the whole article here.

NH Chronicle Spotlight, May 2016

Be sure to watch this recent episode of WMUR-TV’s  NH Chronicle spotlighting the Woodman Museum and its Centennial Celebration!

One viewer commented:

“I saw the NH Chronicle episode on the museum. WOW! My husband and I will be visiting your museum for your July 23 centennial celebration. CAN’T WAIT! Looking forward to receiving [your newsletter]. My husband and I watch as many episodes of NH Chronicle as we can. It gives us information on places to visit in NH on our weekends off. We enjoy traveling, sightseeing, museums, & history.”  – AML

Union Leader article on Centennial Celebration, May 2, 2016

The Woodman Museum was featured in an article by Kimberley Haas in the Union Leader on Monday, May 2, 2016. The article highlights items from the collection and discusses events centering around this year’s Centennial Celebration.  If you didn’t catch it, read the complete article here.

Thom HIndle and Wes LaFountail.




Photo: Thom Hindle, curator, and Wes LaFountain,  Woodman Museum. Photo by Kimberley Haas



Get a  fresh look at the Woodman Museum in this new video for the NH1 News Network shot during Union Leader correspondent Kimberley Haas’s recent visit.



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