of Shenandoah County, Virginia, Inc.
NEW this year!!
Be sure to contact the Shenandoah County Chamber of Commerce to purchase tickets Also available at Woodstock Cafe & Shoppes and PJ Designs in Woodstock, and at the Edinburg Mill Museum in Edinburg.
Proceeds go to The Woodstock Museum & The Shenandoah County Garden Club of Woodstock
Woodstock Museum Program Info:
Program Speakers are scheduled for the 4th Thursday of March, May, & August of each year at 7:00 p.m. The public is welcome to attend these events, at no charge. Generally these events are held in the Town of Woodstock's Council Chambers at 135 North Main Street, Woodstock VA. Please check back for more details on speakers and event time & location.
Additionally, there is a speaker or entertainment at the Annual Docents' Dinner on the 4th Thursday of October - a fee is charged for this event, which includes a catered buffet dinner.
Below: At the May 2016 Program Mr. Daniel Hottel, member of the Woodstock Fire Department, points out fellow firefighters in an old photo. This was one of many images shown during Zach Hottel's presentation about the history of the Woodstock Fire Department.
Above: The Shenandoah Valley Minstrels provided Civil War era music at the museum's Annual Docents' Dinner in October 2015. Dressed in clothing of the era, they made for a lively evening!
Antiques Appraisal Fair
A recap of the 2016 Appraisal Fair:
On a cold Sunday in February 2014 folks found their way into the cozy warm Marshall House for the Chocolate Festival and Antiques Appraisal Fair, or just to poke around the museum at their leisure. Quite a few people sat in the audience, a la Antiques Road Show, and watched as the appraisers did their magic!
Many wonderful things came through, including a heavily carved polychrome decorated walking stick made in the early 20th century by a Woodstock man for his sweetheart, later his wife, which was declared to be "the best he's ever seen" by volunteer appraiser Hoyle Laughlin, of Laughlin Auctions.
Keep your eyes open for the date of the next antiques appraisal fair and chocolate festival to be held at the Woodstock Museum in 2018!!
Above: Appraisal Fair 2016 - Appraisers on the right, front to back, Hoyle Laughlin, Mark Grove, & Jeff Bradfield (not pictured: Barbara Kesser)
PBS " Shenandoah Valley Museums":
The Woodstock Museum is one of several Valley museums featured in a half hour show, produced by Oak Tree Productions, which appeared on local PBS station WVPT in May 2011. Oak Tree produced the popular 'Road Trip to History' series on Shenandoah County towns & local history. The 'Shenandoah Valley Museums' show is the latest in the 'Road Trip to History' series.
The show is still occasionally shown as a rerun on WVPT.
DVDs of the show are available through WVPT Virginia Public Television.
The Woodstock Museum's portion of the program was funded in full by SHENTEL
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