Poquoson Museum Memorial Gift Program
The Poquoson Museum offers the opportunity to commemorate a loved one, or honor a friend, in the form of a contribution to the museum. Cash gifts are deductible to the fullest extent of the law. The Poquoson Museum is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
Poquoson Museum Membership Meeting
The next meeting will be
- TBD -
Poquoson Community Center, 49 Odd Rd.
Meetings are open to any and all who are interested in the Museum's efforts and have questions, or simply wish to meet some of the Museum membership.
Poquoson Museum OfficersPaul Whitlow
Theresa Forrest President
Secretary Museum Phone No: 868-6830
OCT 26 - 28: Haunts of Poquoson
DEC : Holiday Open House (date TBA)
Message for Professional PhotographersProfessional Photographers often use the Poquoson Museum as a venue for taking photos for paying clients. The museum board recognizes that the museum campus does offer a great location for backgrounds in many cases.
Prior to professional photographers taking photo sessions on museum property, they are advised to contact the museum president Mr. Paul Whitlow. Discussions are necessary between the two parties to ensure the photographer and the museum can agree on a Memorandum of Understanding.
Mr. Whitlow may be contacted at 868-6899.
The Poquoson Museum, a volunteer operated community museum, needs your help! We are looking for volunteers to work with museum members at this year's Poquoson Seafood Festival, volunteers to help in preparing for and conducting our annual "Haunts of Poquoson" (October 26 - 28, 2018), and individuals who can spare one Saturday or Sunday afternoon a month to help man the museum as docents (training provided).
Images of America: POQUOSONThe Poquoson Museum and Poquoson Historical Society will be debuting a new book in early June, chronicling the history of Poquoson. The Museum partnered with the Historical Society and Arcadia Publishing to develop a photographic history book of Poquoson titled "Images of America: Poquoson". The Museum and Historical Society worked together in collecting material for the 200 photographs in the book.
The Poquoson Museum gift shop will have books available for sale at each, and we pay the tax. Poquoson residents may also purchase a book through any of the Museum or Historical Society membership. The Museum and Historical Society strive to preserve and promote the history and culture of Poquoson, and proceeds from the sale of the books will help in providing necessary funding for the operation of both groups.
To easily place an order with a museum or society member, please call 869-4025 or 868-6899.
POQUOSON MUSEUM 1st EDITION COOKBOOKThe Poquoson Museum has published a first edition cookbook, titled Recipes & Remembrances from the members and friends of the Poquoson Museum.
The book contains 250 delicious recipes arranged in eight categories.Helpful hints are included at the beginning of each section of the book, and additional information to assist the cook preparing and presenting meals is an added bonus.
The first edition cookbook can be yours for per copy. If mailed, add for shipping and handling per book. This cookbook will complement your collection and will also make a perfect gift for a loved one or friend.
If you are interested in purchasing, or have questions about the book, contact Paul Whitlow at 868-6899.
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