Webster Museum

Stop by the Webster Museum!

The museum is currently featuring artifacts from its own collection, plus items from the collection of Ed Harding. Ed Harding has conducted multiple archeological digs in the Webster area and will be at the museum on April 29th to share his experiences.

Morning at the Museum

July 12, 2017 9:00 am - 11:00 am

Explore Webster's past!
Participate in diary writing, scavenger hunts, colonial games and activities with Museum staff and Shana Lynott from the Webster Public Library.

Limit 15 children
Register today at the Webster Public Library website.

Gary Morgan Barn Tour

July 20, 2017 1:00 - 3:00 pm

View pdfAutomobile Enthusiasts this is for you!

Tickets are $20 each.
Please call Jan Naujokas at 265-3268 or visit the Webster Museum to reserve your spot. Only 25 tickets will be sold.

Gary Morgan grew up in the village and built and raced cars with his father. Over the years he has collected and preserved some of the cars he raced and many more. ere are 3 barns and lots to see.

History and a Cup

May 17, 2017 noon - 2:00 pm

Barry Martin from the class of 1955 will tell his story of growing up in Webster. Barry's family owned the Martin Lumber Co.

Barry was in Scout troup 108. Barry started the Junior History Club at Spry and the group was responsible for putting the first State marker up in fron of Dr. Holt's home on Holt Rd.

Barry a retired Judge has written a book about Bob Davies a renowned Basketball player of the Rochester Royals. He will share some of his stories on writing the book .

A few photos from Barry's visit are now online.

This Week

Photos of Webster

NEW: We'll be sharing a few photos taken around Webster within the current week.

View the photos

Gary Morgan

Many thanks to Gary Morgan for coming out to the Webster Museum and sharing so many delightful stories from his days behind the wheel. We are happy so many of Gary's friends (old and new) could attend.

A few photos from the afternoon are now online.

A Visual History of Film

Veteran's Day 2016 : Mr. Ted Ellstrom

We are extremely grateful to Mr. Ted Ellstrom for sharing stories of his military service during World War II at the Webster Museum Veteran's Day Presentation.

A few photos from the afternoon are now online.

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Webster Museum