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Where History Talks!
Where History Talks!

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We've got to be creative when in comes to exhibition design. We want to create the best displays that we can, but we have an extremely small staff and a limited budget. Confession: that doesn't seem to slow us down! With a few dollars, we managed to take several engineer prints, a sheet of plywood, a bottle of spray adhesive and a wee-bit of elbow grease to create this large backdrop for a front panel. 
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A lot of museum guests tell us they don't own a landline telephone (gasp!). Even we'll admit that cell phones come in handy but did you know that there is one thing your cell phone may not be able to do for you? What happens when you call 9-1-1 with an emergency?
Click over to this months blog post and find out. You may just save someones life. Visit: http://bit.ly/2lvkNgI

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There is no question that Theodore Roosevelt was one of the most fascinating, charismatic figures in our history. We'll bring him to life in this presentation, highlighting his many facets, interests, enthusiasms, and accomplishments. 

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We're nearly finished scheduling our 2017 4th Phriday Series programs. You've been asking about a 9-1-1 presentation, so we've developed a talk to discuss the 9-11 history, funding and stories.

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We've been getting a bunch of calls asking if we're open. We're not open now, but it won't be long....
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We're adding more to our memberships and want to give a shout out to MainStreet BookEnds of Warner and Schoodacs Coffee & Tea. Before or after you visit us, you can enjoy a treat from them - if you're a member - learn more by checking out our website and remember...#makeadayofitinwarner
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We just scheduled another event for our 2017 season. Many people don't actually understand how 911 works, who funds it and how all those calls get handled, so we wanted to bring in something that could explain it. Here's the write up for the program: The Bureau of Emergency Communications is a nationally accredited 9-1-1 center.
Their mission is "to serve as the communications link between the public and public safety agencies, furthering the ideal of "One Nation, One Number." Wanda Bowers will be joining us to share the history of 911, how it’s funded, how each call is handled and how mobile technology has changed the way people can reach out for help.
For event details, please visit our Facebook Events Page: www.facebook.com/nhtelephonemuseum/
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You've gotta break a few eggs...we're taking down the artifacts and rearranging them. All in the attempt to tell a better, more interesting story.
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Sneak Peek at our 2017 Programming: Did you attend our K-9 Presentation last season? Then you are going TO LOVE THIS...on July 28th Jane Kelly will be joining us at the New Hampshire Telephone Museum. Jane is a Falconer, raptor rehabber & educator and raptor trainer [among other talents]. She'll be speaking about her work and teaching us how she communicates with her feathered friends.

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