Admission is $8.00 per person for non-members and $3.00 for Wright Museum members, unless otherwise noted.
Because of limited seating, we strongly encourage you to make reservations by calling 603-569-1212.
Most programs begin at 7:00 p.m. and take place at the Museum, unless noted otherwise.
The Museum’s doors open one hour before the program begins.
The Grand Army of the Republic Hall
Lecture by Dexter A. Bishop
Songs and Stories of WWII
Presented by Curt Bessette and Jenn Kurtz
FDR Speaks about The Home Front
Impersonation by actor Gary Stamm
Only a Number, a documentary film by Steve Besserman; introduced by the filmmaker
NOTE: This program will be held in the Wolfeboro Town Hall’s Great Hall and begins at 6:30. Doors open at 6:00pm
A lecture and book signing by the author Titia Bozuwa
My Father’s War: Memories from Our Honored WWII Soldiers
Lecture and book signing by author Charley Valera
Women War Correspondents of WWII, a lecture by Linda Shenton Matchett
The Black Suitcase Mystery – A WWII Remembrance
Lecture and book signing by author Gail Elliot (Thomas) Downs
Code Burgundy, The Long Escape by John Katsaros
A lecture and book signing by the author
Screening of the 2016 Film Underfire: The Untold Story of PFC. Tony Vaccaro
Note: Because the documentary is 77 minutes long, this program starts at 6:30 p.m. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
The Seoul Exception: The United States’ Decision to Fight in Korea
Lecture by Professor Kurk Dorsey
The Longest Winter, a lecture and book signing by the author Alex Kershaw
Top Secret Rosies, The Female “Computers” of WWII
A 2010 documentary film presented by Producer/Director LeAnn Erickson
NOTE: This program will be held in the Wolfeboro Town Hall’s Great Hall. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Once Adrift on the Wind: World War I Poison Gas and Its Legacy
A lecture by Marion Girard Dorsey
Documentary film Survivors of Malmedy: December 1944
By filmmaker Tim Gray; narrated by Jason Beghe, star of NBC’s Chicago P.D.
The Portsmouth Naval Prison
Author lecture and book signing by Katy Kramer
Conflicts in the Middle East, and International Security
Lecture by Mohamed Defaa
World War I and “The Great Migration”
Lecture by Professor Sarah Batterson
“Rally ‘Round the Flag” Civil War show, Songs from the Civil War: A musical look at the politics, personalities, and perspectives that remade a nation in the Civil War era.
WWII-Era Documentary Films
Lecture by Professor Thomas Jackson
Learn more at the Wright Museum
PO Box 1212,
77 Center St.
Wolfeboro, NH 03894
May 1 – October 31st
November through April
Closed to public.
About the Wright Museum
For two decades, the 501(c)(3) Wright Museum has educated, entertained and inspired nearly 300,000 national and international visitors.