Gus Steeves of the Webster Times covered the Stalking the Doctors, Fabrications, and Lithic Trail presentations. Check them out!
Coverage our August 13 event for Slater descendants was featured in the Webster Times. Read more here.
Check out this article by Rod Lee of the Blackstone Xpress and Yankee Xpress about Linda Hixon's presentation in June.
The Samuel Slater Experience on Ray Street in Webster faced the kind of challenges that would confront any startup—any nonprofit—in the first year of its existence, when the museum opened in March of 2022. The biggest of these being, will the people come? Will patronage…
The new Samuel Slater Experience on Ray St. in Webster received an early Christmas present even before the arrival of Santa on December 3rd. In what will surely be a boost to the first-year museum, it has been accredited to participate in the Card to…
Robert Duguay of Worcester Magazine met with Mark Mandeville and Raianne Richards to talk about their upcoming performance at Samuel Slater Experience. Read more here.
Worcester Telegram and Gazette reporter Craig Semon visited the sheep around the Webster, Dudley, and Oxford area with museum director Barbara Van Reed to discuss the impact and result of our community art project. Read the article here. 📸: Allan Jung/Telegram&Gazette
Doc Siddall from the Lake 940 featured the museum on his show and told the audience what they can expect when they visit. Listen here.
Our museum designer, Doug Mund, was recently featured in The Boston Sunday Globe's VIP Lounge. Check out the article here to learn more about Doug and his work at Samuel Slater Experience.
We were recently featured on NewTV's Museum Open House. Check out the interview with host Jay Sugarman. https://vimeo.com/708292448
Director Barbara Van Reed and Founder Chris Robert recently zoomed in with Adam Webster of 98.9 Nash Icon to discuss the opening of the museum! You can watch it below or here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IP3vL9jU8CQ&t=2s&ab_channel=AdamWebster
Our partnership with the Texas Cotton Gin Museum of Burton, Texas was featured in their newsletter. You can read it here.