• Mission Statement
    The General Henry Knox Museum (dba Knox Museum) honors the life, times, and legacy of Henry Knox; the heritage of Montpelier; and the veterans and families who have served, and continue to serve, our nation.

    Tax Status
    The General Henry Knox Museum, (dba Knox Museum), is a not-for-profit 501 (c) (3) organization operating Montpelier, Thomaston, Maine. Fed. I.D. #: 01-0427323.

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    Team & Board Members

    Knox Museum Staff

    • Delores Allen
      Delores Allen Executive Assistant



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    • Sarah Johnson
      Sarah Johnson Museum Manager



    Board of Trustees

    • Anne E. Perkins
      Anne E. Perkins Chairman of the Board
    • LTC Peter W. Ogden (ret)
      LTC Peter W. Ogden (ret) Vice-Chair
    • Herman Kohlmeyer
      Herman Kohlmeyer Treasurer
    • Necole Dabrio Janczura
      Necole Dabrio Janczura Secretary
    • Adam Ackor
      Adam Ackor Trustee
    • Anne Roach Williams
      Anne Roach Williams Trustee
    • Barry Hodge
      Barry Hodge Trustee
    • Elisabeth Henshaw
      Elisabeth Henshaw Trustee
    • Lynn Taylor
      Lynn Taylor Trustee
    • Mary Kay Felton
      Mary Kay Felton Trustee
    • Molly S. Kellogg
      Molly S. Kellogg Trustee
    • Richard Norris
      Richard Norris Trustee
    • Russell Wolfertz, Jr.
      Russell Wolfertz, Jr. Trustee
    • Sally Ann Williamson
      Sally Ann Williamson Trustee
    • Sandra Hoekstra
      Sandra Hoekstra Trustee
    Honorary & Ex-Officio Trustees

    • Doris Buffett
      Doris Buffett Honorary Trustee
    • Renny A. Stackpole
      Renny A. Stackpole Honorary Trustee
    • Valmore G. Blastow, Jr. (Thomaston Town Manager)
      Valmore G. Blastow, Jr. (Thomaston Town Manager) Ex-Officio Trustee
     Registered Agent

    • Edward Collins
      Edward Collins Registered Agent

    Community First Initiative

    In 2013 Knox Museum launched its “Community First” initiative, to create programming that would reach out to its neighbors, build stronger local partnerships, and attract more people to its 13-acre campus in Thomaston. The results were impressive!

    Attended 2013's Boots on the Ground, the Museum’s Memorial Day weekend salute to America’s military
    Attended Midsummer at the Museum, a family-friendly solstice celebration with pig roast, bonfire, and fireworks in June
    Cut the Cake! At Henry’s big July birthday party, geared for the younger set
    Attended KNOXFEST 2013 in August, with steel drum music, barbecued chicken, and an outdoor screening of “The Crossing”
    Sat At Henry’s Table to enjoy an historically accurate 18th-century dinner in September
    Enjoyed Midsummer at the Museum, a family-friendly solstice celebration with pig roast, bonfire, and fireworks in June
    Experienced the Museum’s hugely popular inaugural food and wine festival, Taste of Thomaston, in October
    Came along to the Holiday Open House at Montpelier, and another three dozen attended Historic Caroling with Anthony Antolini, in December

    Attendance is growing! Combined with regular visitors and school tours of Montpelier; attendance at The Annual Knox Lecture at The Strand; at A Revolutionary Affair, the benefit dinner in August; and at its ongoing music programs and lecture series, Knox Museum increased its 2013 attendance by almost 50% over 2012, to a total of nearly 6,000 visitors.

    Partners and programs keep us strong. The Museum actively partnered with community and civic-minded groups in 2013, including the American Legion, the Masons, Finnish Heritage House, Thomaston Historical Society, Camden Public Library, and Georges River Land Trust; earned some noteworthy corporate sponsorship, and received renewed support from its membership, volunteer base, and Board of Trustees, as well as from the Town of Thomaston.

    Currently plans are under way to repeat many of these successful programs, and even to launch some new ones. Stay tuned to the 2014 Calendar for continuing updates!

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