Woodman Speaker Series Presents a Tale of Scandalous 19th Century Divorce DOVER, NH—The Woodman Museum’s monthly speaker series continues on June 19, 2019 at 7pm with author Jean Elson, Senior Lecturer Emerita in the Department of Sociology at the University of New Hampshire, who will discuss her book Gross Behavior
The Woodman Museum will be holding its spring fundraiser, the first of two Beer, Music and History events to be held on the grounds of the Museum on June 9 from 4-7pm. Admission is $5 per guest. The Woodman Museum, now in swing for its 103rd season, is proud again
The Woodman Museum is to welcome author Ernest L. Abel for the continuation of its monthly Speaker Series, in which he will discuss his book John Wilkes Booth and the Women Who Loved Him, on May 29 at 7pm. The book, released in 2018, recounts the history of the various
The Woodman Museum will be honoring Dover’s military fallen at the local Pine Hill Cemetery on Memorial Day, which falls on May 27 this year. The event, which begins at 11AM at Pine Hill Cemetery’s GAR monument, will begin with a ceremony to honor Dover’s fallen soldiers. It will include
Join us on May 11 for Dover Discovery Day! All Dover residents will receive free admission to the museum.
Woodman Museum Collaborates with Bad Lab Beer Co. to release “Annie’s IPA” DOVER, NH – The Woodman Museum will be present at Somersworth’s Bad Lab Beer Co. on May 1 from 5-9pm to celebrate the release of Annie’s IPA. The Woodman Museum, a cherished Dover institution, has long been a
Woodman Speaker Series Presents “Cotton Is King”: Capitalism, Slavery, and the Economic Ties between North and South The Woodman Speaker Series returns this April with a lecture by Aaron Chin, in which he explores forms of capitalism in the North and South leading up to the Civil War–and the North’s