West Webster shines at the Webster Museum this month

9 May

The Webster Museum is highlighting West Webster this month! Here are some quick details about what’s coming up.

There are five brand new exhibits focusing exclusively on the hamlet, with lots of photographs, maps and artifacts. The exhibits can be seen during the museum’s normal operating hours, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 2 to 4:30.

Several additional programs have been scheduled through the next few weeks featuring speakers recalling their memories of growing up in West Webster.

On Wednesday May 11 at noon, Todd cousins Steve Van Buren and Pat Todd Milne will speak. On Sunday May 15, the museum will open at 2 p.m. for visitors to see the exhibits, then at 3 p.m. will host a panel of memory-sharers: Deb Oakley, Peter Burkhardt, Karen McDade, Valerie Fisk Kazarro and Steve Van Buren. Attendees are encouraged to share their memories as well.

Finally, on Wednesday May 18 at noon, the final installment of the History and a Cup series will feature the memories of David Davis and Robert Ryan.

The Webster Museum is located at 18 Lapham Park in the Village of Webster.

Check back Wednesday for news of a fun and educational West Webster Cemetery tour coming up in June, and how you can be a part of it.

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(posted 5/9/2022)

2 Responses to “West Webster shines at the Webster Museum this month”

  1. Kathy Taddeo May 9, 2022 at 7:52 pm #

    Thank you sooo much, Missy. Your enthusiastic support means so much!

    The cousins were here May 4, but Sue Morris, granddaughter of the Tongs will be at the museum this Wed, May 11.

    I will be so glad when June comes… way too much confusing info going out at once in May!


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  2. Cynthia Lee Frank May 18, 2022 at 12:41 pm #

    We attended the open house on Sunday the 15th. It was fantastic, since we were both born & raised in West Webster we enjoyed all the displays and pictures! What great memories! The speakers were great also!!

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