Webster Museum

For the Love of the Game

Webster High School Baseball Team of 1947

140 years of Webster Baseball

Saturday, May 19th ~ 2-4 pm

Join us at the museum for stories from the diamond shared by members of Webster teams of years gone by. Saturday's gathering coincides with the opening of our new exhibit featuring Webster baseball memories and memorabilia.

History and a Cup

Wednesdays in May ~ May 9th, 16th & 23rd

Bring a sandwich, we provide the tea, coffee and stories from people who grew up in Webster.

Annual Barn Sale

June 14th, 15th & 16th

Donations are appreciated. Call Jan at 265-3268.

Morning at the Museum

Experience days gone by!

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.

July 10, 2018 9 am - 11am ~ at the Museum

Children ages 8 to 10 years, Limit 15 children, $5 per child

Register at the Webster Public Library or print our registration form

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Puttin' On the Ritz

Webster Museum Case at the Webster Public Library

The height of fashion...circa 1929. Perfect for a night out on the town.

Visit our display at the Webster Public Library to learn more.

A small glance at the Civil War

New to the Webster Museum

Thanks to the many talents of Tom Pellett, the museum now has a miniature diorama portraying a battle during the American Civil War.

Richard Brookins: American St. Nick

December 9, 2017

It was truly an honor to have Richard Brookins and his family at the museum. Though Mr. Brookins didn't arrive by army jeep or wear the vestments of St. Nickolas, his appearance brought a lot of joy to those in attendance (and maybe even a tear or too).

The simple desire to bring joy into the lives of children during a horrific war, became something far more.

A few photos from the afternoon are now online.

Doolittle's Raid

November 11, 2017

Many thanks to Jack Kowiak for sharing his presentation on Doolittle's Raid.

A few photos from the afternoon are now online.

Raising Monarchs

The story of Webster extends beyond its businesses, homes and roadways. One of the things that makes Webster the place "where life is worth living" is its nature and the many parks, woods and trails that are open to explore.

With that in mind, here is a small look into the world of another kind of Webster resident, the Monarch butterfly.

History and a Cup

Thank you!

We are thankful to have had the opportunity to hear Barry Martin share his memories of growing up in Webster.

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.

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

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.

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