New Hampshire
Profile Type: Cultural Nonprofit
Cultural Nonprofit
MT. KEARSARGE INDIAN MUSEUM

Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum was founded in 1990 by Charles “Bud” and Nancy Thompson as an educational and cultural center to connect visitors with Native American culture, past and present, and to encourage respect for our environment. The museum features contemporary arts, historical baskets, pottery, bead and quill work and archaeological artifacts. Visitors can stroll through the arboretum and walk the trails in the Medicine Woods in addition to touring the museum.

I Have Worked With

  • Liz Charlebois is currently our Education Director.  Liz has offered classes and held demonstrations at the museum.  We have displayed her work in our Contemporary Art Gallery and she has curated exhibits in that gallery.

  • Rhonda teaches beading classes at the museum.  We have displayed her work in our Contemporary Art Gallery.

  • Sherry Gould has offered lectures and demonstrations at the museum.  She worked with the museum and local historical socieities on a multi-year project called "Along the Basket Trail" to identify and display Wabanaki baskets found in central New Hampshire.

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Contact Information

First Name: 
Lynn
Job Title/Position: 
Executive Director
Fax: 
603-456-3092
Mailing Address: 
PO BOX 142
WARNER, NH 03278-0142
Physical Address: 
18 HIGHLAWN ROAD
Warner, NH 03278
Last Name: 
Clark
Phone: 
603-456-2600

About

Profile Type: 
Cultural Nonprofit
Primary Discipline: 
Humanities - General
Additional Disciplines: 
Humanities - Anthropology
Humanities - Archeology
Humanities - Cultural Heritage
Year Founded: 
1990
Populations Served: 
Adults
Families
General Public
School Groups
Teens
Institution/Business Type: 
Museums - Other
Activities and Services: 
Exhibitions
Workshops / Demonstrations / Master Class
Geographic Reach: 
Multi-County Region