Celebrating Webster History
Take some time, slow down
and visit home, because our museum
has something from your childhood,
your home and from your grandmother's home.
A perfect place to be nostalgic, bring your kids
and show them yesterday, when a telephone
was a dial phone, A wonderful old time
school room with old, old lunch buckets and
a dunces cap. We have plenty of interactive old toys.
A New Little Gallery with artists work from Webster.
Join us have some fun, we are open and free
Tues,Thurs, and Sat. 2-4:30. Donations, are always
welcome. We are handicap Accessible. www.webstermuseum.org
and visit us on Facebook. Our address is 18 Lapham Park.
Where Life is Worth Living
Celebrate 175 years of worthwhile living where ever your travels take you. Decorate your car bumper, your skateboard or laptop. WLiWL stickers are available now at the Webster Museum and the Webster Town Hall for a $1 each. All proceeds benefit the Webster Museum.
Now available Online for
There is a slight association with this cache and President Abraham Lincoln. He did briefly visit our nearby city of Rochester on his inaugural tour on February 18, 1881. Lincoln was warmly received by 15,000 people and carried this area in his election.
The Village of Webster
N 43° 12.694 W 077° 25.742
UTM: 18T E 302690 N 4787173
Happy Birthday Webster!
Saturday, September 26th 1:00 - 4:00 pm
The Webster Museum invites you to come and celebrate 175 years of Webster being Webster! Webster, formerly North Penfield, separated from Penfield in 1840 and the museum is the setting to see and hear about what has happened since.
There will be hands on activities, games, ice cream, cake, and volunteers indoors and out will be sharing information. You can listen to the victrola, learn about the GAR, meet Daniel Webster, visit the classroom, and talk with a “train man”, pharmacist, lawyer, and Mr. Witmer of Witmer’s store.
See you Saturday September 26.
WEBSTER MUSEUM AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY
18 Lapham Park Webster, New York 14580 585.265.3308