Join us at the Thom Hindle Gallery (15 Summer St., Dover, NH, on the campus of the Woodman Museum) for the unveiling of artwork by Dover Middle School students as a part of Youth Art Month. This year’s theme is “Your Art, Your Story.” The show opens Friday, March 15 from 5-7pm and will also be open 12-4pm on Saturday, March 16 and Sunday, March 17. The show continues 12-4pm on March 23 and 24. The event is free to attend and parents and children are readily encouraged to visit. The event is sponsored by Measured Progress and the Kageleiry family of Dover, NH.
Youth Art Month: “Your Art, Your Story” at the T. Hindle Gallery
- March 15, 2019
- 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
- Thom Hindle Gallery
Thom Hindle Gallery
The Keefe House was built in 1825 for Asa Tufts, owner of Tufts Apothecary. In 1847, his son Charles took over the shop as Asa became involved in banking and insurance until his death in 1884. The house was purchased in 1917 by F. Clyde Keefe, a local attorney and twice mayor from 1934-35 and again from 1942-47. The home remained in the Keefe family for three generations.
The Thom Hindle Gallery at the Woodman (formerly the Keefe House Gallery at the Woodman) is New Hampshire’s newest professional Fine Art gallery, is located in the beautifully preserved Victorian Era home at 15 Summer Street in Dover, NH. There is no admission charge to visit the Thom Hindle Gallery at the Woodman Museum.
Learn about the current exhibition on view at the Thom Hindle Gallery at the Woodman here.
The House is available for rental for small business meetings, retreats, or corporate events. The building is equipped with a serviceable kitchen, large dining area, open rooms and limited seating for lectures. Rental costs range in price. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Robert A. Whitehouse Library
Preserved in a controlled environment are more than 7,000 historical and genealogical documents, including a will dating back to 1741, city records from 1732-1800, 100-year old school records, and a 1771 tax bill from King George.