5th Annual Woodman Artisan Craft Faire

Join us at the Woodman Museum’s Keefe House 15 Summer Street, Dover, NH 03820, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays 10:30am-4:30pm from November 29- December 22, 2019, for our 5th Annual Holiday Artisian Craft Faire. Presented by the Woodman Museum and Pine Tree Pop Up, the annual craft faire is your chance

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Woodman Speaker Series- Allan Breed Cabinetmaker and Master Carver

Join Us at the Woodman Museum, for a live fascinating demonstration, by a World Renown, local New Hampshire, Master Wood Carver and Fine Furniture Maker. This demonstration will detail the process involved to carve “claw foot” furniture legs and other 17th century fine furniture styles. This is an intimate and

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Veterans Day celebration at the Woodman Museum

VETERANS DAY AT THE WOODMAN Museum Sunday November 10, 2019 from 12Pm – 4Pm Join us for: Presentation of Colors- Taps- Bagpiper- Amazing Grace – Cannon Salute Featuring Military Reenactors – Revolutionary War – Civil War – WWI – WWII – Korean War – Vietnam War. Thank You to Our

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Speaker Series- “You Could Have Seen it from Here!” – Odiorne Point Historical Events

“You could have seen it from here” is a lecture that covers some natural, cultural, and military history that could have been viewed from Odiorne Point. I also included the story of four “first evers” in underwater research that could have been observed from the same place. Join Allan Waterfield

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Artist Interrupted – Artwork by Teresa Reid Opening Night Reception

  Teresa Reid was born in 1899 in Haverhill, MA and grew up in North Andover, MA. She was trained at the Massachusetts College of Art, where her Mentor was Ernest L. Major a member of the “Boston School”. She then married and eventually became a stay at home Mother

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“New Hampshire Made: Local Shoemaking in the 18th Century”

Join us at The Woodman for a lecture by Dr. Kimberly Alexander, Lecturer at the UNH Department of History: The 18th century shoemaking tradition in New Hampshire was rich, varied and widespread. From making shoes or parts of shoes at home, to the significance of the ubiquitous 10 footer (a

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The Museum will close at 3pm for a private event

The Museum hours for Saturday September 14, 2019 are 10am – 3pm. We are closing early for a private event.

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Voices from the Cemetery event- postponed to May 9 & 10, 2020

Due to scheduling conflicts, the Woodman Museum has postponed its “Voices From the Cemetery” re-enactment production in Pine Hill Cemetery. The event, scheduled originally for September 28-29, has been rescheduled for May 9-10, 2020. We hope you’ll join us then for a fascinating walk among some of Dover’s renowned past

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