Wayne County Historical Society, Museum of Wayne County History, 21 Butternut Street, Lyons 14489. Hours Tuesday-Friday 10-4. Saturdays June, July, August. Closed December 9, 2016-Jan 9, 2017. General admission is $4 for adults and $2 for students. Wayne County Historical Society members are free. To find out more about the museum, its exhibits, programs, special events, and volunteer opportunities, call 315 946-4943 or visit the Wayne County Historical Society website at www.waynehistory.org. 2016 exhibits: January 21-March 11: “Scruples, Drachms and Grains”; March 24: “Did You Know…”; August 25: “The Evolution of the Little Black Dress”. 2017 exhibits: Feb 9: “Ann Collins, Equine Artist”; March 23: “Clinton’s Folly: 200 Years of Wayne County Canal Towns”; August 17: “Wayne County Fraternities”
Newark-Arcadia Historical Museum and Gift Shop 120 High Street, Newark NY. Open Saturdays all year 1-3 pm. Wednesdays July – September 6-8 pm. Wheelchair accessible. Admission is always free, with donations gratefully accepted. Exhibits on Spiritualism, Jackson& Perkins Co., C.H. Stuart Co./Sarah Coventry, Bloomer Bros., Edgett-Burnham Canning Co., and more. Newark-Arcadia Historical Society (N-AHS) http://newarkarcadiamuseum.org/ firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (315) 331-6409. New Exhibit 2018 through 2019 April “In Celebration of the Rose: The Jackson & Perkins Co.” Hoffman Clock Museum & Newark Public Library are across the street from the museum. Marbletown Schoolhouse 6631 Miller Road, Newark is open Saturdays July – September 1-3pm.
Orders are now being taken for high-quality and matted prints of N-AHS member Oscar F. Anderson’s Ye Hills of Wayne watercolor painting. Print size: 13.5″ x 10.25″. Size, matter: 16″ x 20″. Price $25. Postage & Handling: $5. The painting includes seven scenes of Wayne County in all seasons, plus three stanzas from Mary Ashley Townsend’s (native of Lyons) famous poem, “Ye Hills of Wayne”. For information, or to place an order: 315-331-6409. N-AHS, PO Box 289, Newark NY 14513-0289
High quality prints of a watercolor entitled “Sodus Light” by artist Craig L Davis are available. Painted in 2006, the size is approx. 15″ x 11″. A framed example is on display in the museum’s Arts & Entertainment Room. The prints are $100 each, of which $25 will be donated to the N-AHS. Craig Davis is a graduate of Syracuse University School of Fine Arts. He is a Newark High School graduate, Class of 1978. He currently lives in Colorado with his wife Jennifer Bach and their two children.
Butler Historical Preservation Society has 2 museums. Butler Center Church Museum is located in Butler at 4518 Butler Center Road. Roe Cobblestone Schoolhouse is located 4576 VanVleck Road, Wolcott at the intersection with State Route 89. They are open May – October the first Saturday of the month from 10 am- 2 pm. Or call 315 594-2332 for an appointment. www.bhpsbutlerny.org
Galen Historical Society has 2 museums located in the Village of Clyde. The Mill museum located at 14 Sodus Street houses a large collection of farm implements, household items, and the Sports Hall of Fame. The Brick Church Museum located at 31 North Park has displays including the Clyde Glass Works, Morrison Printing Press, Modes of travel, Business, Military, Churches, and a large collection of Genealogy Records. Summer Hours June 1 – August 31: Wednesday 1-3, Saturday 10-noon with expansion during Memorial Day, Erie Canal Bike Tour in July, Clyde Community Festival in August, Autumn Tourism Saturdays in September & October, Veterans Day, Christmas Open House in December. Key holders are available to open Museum for tours at request. Galen Historical Society 315-923-7150 email@example.com http://www.galenhistoricalsociety.org
Lyons Heritage Society owns and operates the Hotchkiss Essential Oil Co. Peppermint Museum at the corner of Water Street and Leach Road, Lyons. Tours are available by calling 315-879-7617. Lyons Heritage Society also has a number of gift items in their Peppermint Shoppe: peppermint soaps and lotions, Hotchkiss label tea towels, Leman’s Gourmet Peppermints, Hotchkiss History Books, peppermint candies, postcards and books. All proceeds go to the Lyons Heritage Society for its ongoing commitment to preserving the history of Lyons and maintaining the Peppermint Museum.
Lyons history “Winston Dobbins’ Old Geezer Network”. Several years ago, the late Winston Dobbins, a man who loved all things Lyons, created the #147;Old Geezer Network”. The network is an informal e-mail sharing of pictures, newspaper articles and memories of life in early Lyons. When Winston became ill and could no longer head the network, he asked Allyn Perry and Andi Evangelist to take over his position. Topics covered vary from week to week. Most recently there was an active discussion about car dealerships. The question, “Who sold Studebakers in Lyons and where was the shop located?” set off a flurry of varying opinions. Eventually the question was answered to everyone’s satisfaction after photos of newspaper ads were offered as proof. Some members are quick to become involved in the e-mail conversation and others just sit back and read what others write. Either approach is fine. The present “Geezer” membership ranges in age from 30ish to 90ish and includes people who still live in Lyons and those who have long since moved away. There is no fee to join. Anyone who is interested in remembering or learning about Lyons history is welcome to join. For more information or to sign up to become a member of Winston Dobbins’ Old Geezer Network, e-mail Andi Evangelist at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Macedon Historical Society mission: to promote and encourage historical research and preservation regarding the community of Macedon NY and to disseminate that information. Meetings are second Tuesday of each month, 6pm. Dec-Feb meet at Town Office Building, Aldrich Room, 32 Main Street, Macedon 14502. March-Nov meet at Macedon Academy, 1185 Macedon Center Road, Macedon Center NY. Academy Open House last Sunday of months June-Sept, 2-4pm. Admission free, with donations greatly appreciated. http://www.macedonhistoricalsociety.org/
Marion Historic Association Museum 3827 North Main Street, Marion. https://www.facebook.com/marionhistorian/ 315 926-5816.
Ontario Heritage Square Museum open Saturdays and Sundays 1:30-4pm first weekend June – first weekend October. Closed July 4 and Labor Day weekends. 7147 Ontario Center Road at the Brick Church Corner, Ontario.www.heritagesquaremuseum.org
W.Y. Emery 1867 Schooner artifacts and photos remain on display at the Town of Ontario’s Heritage Square Museum, Ontario, NY
This ship sank in 1899 off Bear Creek Harbor in the Town of Ontario in Wayne County. A painting by R. Stevens of the famous Lake Ontario 1787 English war ship the H.M.S. Ontario is also on display. Learn about Bear Creek Harbor’s history from the early days of iron ore to atomic energy today.
Located at Brick Church Corners, 7147 Ontario Center Road, Heritage Square Museum is owned and operated by the Town of Ontario Historical and Landmark Preservation Society. This 19th century crossroads community is a 13-acre site that includes historical buildings such as the Ruffell log cabin (discover the secret behind the mantel clock), the Brick Church one-room schoolhouse, the Warner house (have you ever seen a Seraphine?), old town jail, apple dry house, Baptist Meeting House and the recently restored Hojack train station. All buildings have been carefully furnished with period artifacts and great displays. And don’t forget to visit the gift shop in the Hojack station to take home a special memory.
Historic Palmyra: Historic Palmyra has 5 museums at 1 destination and offers guided tours of all buildings. 2016 Theme – 40 years of museum ownership!!!
With 40 years of saving the Village of Palmyra’s north side from demolition.
- The Palmyra Historical Museum 132 Market Street is a 23 room old hotel, boarding house, and tavern themed in the most relevant and interesting collection.
- The Historic Palmyra Erie Canal Depot 136 Market Street offers hands on, video, and a scale diorama of Lock 60 in Macedon.
- The Historic Palmyra Print Shop 140-1/2 Market Street features printing presses from the John M. Jones Company circa 1870-1920. Zinc type, linotype, typewriters, lithostones from 1820 to 1972 with hands book mark or card making.
- The Wm. Phelps General Store and home museums 140 Market Street two floors of an original Erie Canal building serving the new Erie in 1826 through to 1940.
- The Alling Coverlet Museum 122 William Street holds the largest collection of hand woven coverlets (bed covers) in America.
Hours of operation: Open all year
summer from May 10th – October 31st 10:30 to 4:30 pm. Tuesday – Saturday
winter from Nov. 1st to May 10th 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday – Thursday.
Special tours, group and bus and school tours are available with reservations at any time.
Historic Palmyra is a Blue Star Museum for our active duty military and their immediate family.
Williamson-Pultneyville Historical Society Museum and Gift Shop open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 1-4pm, June 15 – September 15. Located at 4130 Mill Street, Pultneyville. Williamson-Pultneyville Historical Society web site: http://w-phs.org WPHS hotline: (315) 589-9892
Sodus Bay Lighthouse Museum open Tuesday through Sunday and Monday holidays, 2019 May 15 through October 15. 12-5pm May, September and October. 10am-5pm June, July and August. Located at 7606 N Ontario St, Sodus Point NY 14555-9536. Sodus Bay Historical Society web site: www.sodusbaylighthouse.org Phone: (315) 483-4936
Walworth Museum 2257 Academy Street, Walworth. Museum Hours, June – September, Sundays & Wednesdays 2-4 p.m. To schedule a visit please call Jessie Keymel 315 524-9205.
Wolcott Historical Society Northup Carriage House open Wednesdays and Saturdays 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Located on Jefferson Street, Wolcott.
The Discovery Edition of “Legend of the Lake,” the story British warship HMS Ontario is now available with many fantastic images of the shipwreck that Dan Scoville and I, Jim Kennard, found in May 2008. For a full description of the contents of the book see our website page:
March 1, Friday, noon, Lyons Public Library Book Review, Wayne County author Loreen Jorgensen, “The First Hundred Churches of Wayne County, New York” At Lyons Public Library, 122 Broad Street, Lyons NY 14489. Loreen’s talk will have an emphasis on Lyons churches. Her books will be available for purchase. 315-946-9262 https://lyonspubliclibrary.org
March 2, Saturday, 2pm, N-AHS Newark-Arcadia Historical Society 2019 Winter Lecture Series, “The Lost Wineries of Western NY”. At Newark-Arcadia Museum, 120 High Street, Newark NY 14513. Free admission. Presenter: Jane Oakes www.newarkarcadiamuseum.org
March 4, Monday, 6:30pm, Marion Historic Association program “SuffraGents” At Marion Public Library, 4036 Maple Ave, Marion NY. Speaker: Rosa Fox, Huron Historian www.facebook.com/pg/marionhistorian/events/
March 10, Sunday, 6:30pm, Girl Scout Display at Brick Church Museum, 31 N Park Street, Clyde NY 14433. 315-923-7150 www.galenhistoricalsociety.org
March 13, Wednesday, 7pm, W-PHS Williamson-Pultneyville Historical Society program, “Eloise Wilkin – Children’s Book Illustrator” At Dawes’ home, 7825 Jay Street, Pultneyville NY. Hear Kim Iraci, Williamson Free Public Library director, speak about Eloise Wilkin, illustrator of Golden Books. See the room where Wilkin did her work. All are welcome and encouraged to bring books illustrated by Eloise Wilkin. https://w-phs.org
March 16, Saturday, 2pm, N-AHS Newark-Arcadia Historical Society 2019 Winter Lecture Series, “Wells Barns”. At Newark-Arcadia Museum, 120 High Street, Newark NY 14513. Free admission. Presenters: Barb Chapman, Dick Thomas & Katie Andres www.newarkarcadiamuseum.org
March 18, Monday, 7:30pm, Walworth Historical Society program “A Virtual Walking Tour of Walworth” At Walworth Historical Society, 2257 Academy Street, Walworth NY. Tour the Hamlet of Walworth from a chair. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please visit www.walworthhistoricalsociety.org
March 21, Thursday, 7-9pm, Historic Palmyra Women’s History Month Program At Alling Coverlet Museum, 122 William St, Palmyra. Palmyra’s history is full of interesting, influential, and inspiring women. From Dr. Harriet Adams to Lavinia Chase, each has a story to be shared. You may even meet some of these historical women. No charge. http://www.historicpalmyrany.com
March 26, Tuesday, 7pm, WCNYGS- Wayne County NY Genealogical Society meeting. Short program: Surrogate Court Records; Long program: Indentured Emigrants by Lucinda Collier. At Newark-Arcadia Historical Society & Museum, 120 High Street, Newark NY 14513. Short programs meant to be interactive, so please bring your finds/experiences relating to the subject matter. www.wcnygs.com
March 30, Saturday, 2pm, N-AHS Newark-Arcadia Historical Society 2019 Winter Lecture Series, “Willard Asylum”. At Newark-Arcadia Museum, 120 High Street, Newark NY 14513. Free admission. Presenter: Walt Gable, Seneca County Historian www.newarkarcadiamuseum.org
April 3, Wednesday, W-PHS Williamson-Pultneyville Historical Society program https://w-phs.org
April 7, Monday, 7:30pm, Walworth Historical Society program Walworth Memories – a roundtable discussion about “Summer Vacation “ memories. At Walworth Historical Society, 2257 Academy Street, Walworth NY. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please visit www.walworthhistoricalsociety.org
April 11, Thursday, 6pm, N-AHS Newark-Arcadia Historical Society Annual Meeting with program “Freedom: A Shared Sacrifice” At American Legion, 200 E Union Street, Newark NY 14513. Presenter: Marjory Allen Perez, author of, “Freedom, A Shared Sacrifice! New York’s African American Civil War Soldiers” www.newarkarcadiamuseum.org
April 12, 13, Friday, Saturday, 9am-3pm, Wayne County Historical Society Garage Sale At Pure Oil Station, Rt 14 and Canal Street, Lyons. www.waynehistory.org
April 13, Saturday, 10am, Marion Historic Association program “Discovering your Ancestors” At Marion Public Library, 4036 Maple Ave, Marion NY. Speaker: BJ Meeks. BJ is well versed in genealogy through her work at the DAR – Daughters of the American Revolution. www.facebook.com/pg/marionhistorian/events/
April 17, Wednesday, noon, WHO- Wayne Historians Organization hosted by Marion Historical Association, At Marion Public Library, 4036 Maple Ave, Marion NY 14505. https://www.facebook.com/marionhistorian/
April 18, Thursday, 6:30-8:30pm, Historic Palmyra Underground Railroad Walk and Program At Alling Coverlet Museum, 122 William St, Palmyra. Walk around Palmyra Village, discussing the sites of the UGRR. Program following. No charge. http://www.historicpalmyrany.com
April 22, Monday, 6:30pm, Galen Historical Society Quarterly Meeting At Brick Church Museum, 31 N Park Street, Clyde NY 14433. 315-923-7150 www.galenhistoricalsociety.org
April 23, Tuesday, 7pm, WCNYGS- Wayne County NY Genealogical Society meeting. Short program: Church and School Records; Long program: Digitization Project at Wayne County by Wayne County Clerk Mike Jankowski. At Newark-Arcadia Historical Society & Museum, 120 High Street, Newark NY 14513. Short programs meant to be interactive, so please bring your finds/experiences relating to the subject matter. www.wcnygs.com
April 28, Sunday, 2pm, Rose Historical Society Program Share a Treasure – “Show & Tell” At Bernard Farnsworth Museum, 5016 North Main Street, North Rose NY 14516. https://www.facebook.com/Historic.Rose/
May 4, Saturday, 5:30-8:30pm, Historic Palmyra Steak Dinner Fundraiser At Alling Coverlet Museum, 122 William St, Palmyra. $25/person. Steak dinner, silent auction, live auction, door prizes, entertainment. http://www.historicpalmyrany.com
May 6, Monday, 6:30pm, Marion Historic Association program “The History of Topping Ladder” At Marion Public Library, 4036 Maple Ave, Marion NY. Speaker: Doug Topping, former resident, will give a firsthand report on what it was like to grow up in Marion in the ladder business. www.facebook.com/pg/marionhistorian/events/
May 8, Wednesday, W-PHS Williamson-Pultneyville Historical Society program https://w-phs.org
May 13, Monday, noon, Palmyra Community Library Monthly Book Review Luncheons, Local Author Loreen Jorgensen will discuss Palmyra Churches and First Churches in Each Wayne County Township At Palmyra Community Library, 402 East Main Street, Palmyra, NY 14522. Loreen is the author of “The First Hundred Churches of Wayne County, New York”. Luncheon Cost $5. Sign up at the library or call 315-597-5276 https://www.palmyracommunitylibrary.org
May 16, Thursday, 5:30pm, Wayne County Historical Society Annual Dinner www.waynehistory.org
May 18, Saturday, 10am, Marion Historic Association Spring Cleanup and Open House at the Marion Museum At Jennie’s House, 3794 South Main Street, Marion NY. www.facebook.com/pg/marionhistorian/events/
May 18, Saturday, 5pm-12am, Historic Palmyra, “Journey Into the Paranormal with Jack Kenna” At Alling Coverlet Museum, 122 William St, Palmyra. Join Jack Kenna of Haunted Case Files and Paranormal Survivor for a night of the paranormal. There will be a talk, Q&A, and meet and greet from 5-7 with food included. There will also be an exciting ghost hunt with Jack and S.P.I.R.I.T.S of New England from 8pm-12am. The talk will cost $25, and the hunt is $55. The event is capped at 50 people, tickets are pre-sale only. http://www.historicpalmyrany.com
May 20, Monday, 6:15pm dinner, Walworth Historical Society Annual Meeting & Pot Luck Dinner At the Lodge in Ginegaw Park, Penfield Road, Walworth NY. 6:15 dinner, 7:15 annual meeting, 7:30 Community Service Award, 7:45 slide program “1969, Fifty Years Ago”. Please bring your own table service & a dish to pass if attending the dinner portion. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please visit www.walworthhistoricalsociety.org
May 27, Monday, 9am, Town of Rose Memorial Service At Rose Cemetery, State Rte 414, north of Rose . In the event of rain the service will take place at the Rose Fire Hall. https://www.facebook.com/Historic.Rose/
May 27, Monday, 8:30am, Marion Historic Association Memorial Day Open House At Marion Museum at Jennie’s House, 3794 South Main Street, Marion NY. www.facebook.com/pg/marionhistorian/events/
May 28, Tuesday, 7pm, WCNYGS- Wayne County NY Genealogical Society meeting. Short program: Family Histories and Bibles; Long program: Methodology Webinar. At Newark-Arcadia Historical Society & Museum, 120 High Street, Newark NY 14513. Short programs meant to be interactive, so please bring your finds/experiences relating to the subject matter. www.wcnygs.com
June 3, Monday, 6:30pm, Marion Historic Association business meeting At Marion Museum at Jennie’s House, 3794 South Main Street, Marion NY. www.facebook.com/pg/marionhistorian/events/
June 4, Wednesday, W-PHS Williamson-Pultneyville Historical Society program https://w-phs.org
June 5, Wednesday, 2-4pm, Rose Historical Society Museum Opens for the Season At Bernard Farnsworth Museum, 5016 North Main Street, North Rose NY 14516. Museum open Sundays & Wednesdays 2-4pm. https://www.facebook.com/Historic.Rose/
June 7, 8, Friday, Saturday, 9-3 each day, Town of Huron Historical Buildings Open House At Old Town Hall-Huron History Center Museum, 6416 North Huron Rd; Dayton Mills Schoolhouse, 10535 Slaght Road. Historic Huron Presbyterian Church, 6424 North Huron Road, will be holding a rummage sale concurrently. www.historichuron.org
June 14-15, Friday, Saturday, 10:30am-4:30pm, Historic Palmyra Heritage Weekend At the 5 museums of Historic Palmyra: Alling Coverlet Museum, 122 William St; Phelps General Store & Print Shop Museums, 140 Market St; Palmyra Historical Museum, 132 Market St; Erie Canal Depot Museum, 136 Market St, Palmyra. Costumed docents help you explore the 5 museums on Historic Palmyra’s Trail Pass. Palmyra, Queen of Canal Towns, was the 3rd busiest port in 1826, and the museums will be waiting to share that era of Palmyra. Part of NYS Path Through History Weekend. http://www.historicpalmyrany.com
June 20, Thursday, 6:30-8:30pm, Historic Palmyra Ice Cream Social Begin at Palmyra Historical Museum, 132 Market St, Palmyra. Complimentary tours of all museums. Ice cream following your tour at the Alling Coverlet Museum. No charge. http://www.historicpalmyrany.com
June 25, Tuesday, noon, WHO- Wayne Historians Organization hosted by Lyons Heritage Society At Peppermint Museum in H G Hotchkiss Essential Oil Company Building, 95 Water Street, Lyons NY 14489 https://lyonsheritagesociety.org/
July 19-21, Friday-Sunday, W-PHS Williamson-Pultneyville Historical Society at 62nd Annual Pultneyville Homecoming Festival https://w-phs.org
July 22, Monday, 6pm, Galen Historical Society Quarterly Meeting/Community Picnic At Lauraville Landing, south side of Erie Canal, Clyde NY 14433. 315-923-7150 www.galenhistoricalsociety.org
August 6-8, Tuesday – Thursday, noon-3pm, Historic Palmyra Digging Up Your History: Archaeology Camp Meet at Palmyra Historical Museum, 132 Market St, Palmyra. $5/person per day. Ages 7-15, adults welcome too. Opportunity to take part in a real archaeological dig in the yard of the museum. Supplies provided, bring your lunch. http://www.historicpalmyrany.com
August 7, Wednesday, 6:30pm, W-PHS Williamson-Pultneyville Historical Society Annual Picnic https://w-phs.org
August 9, Friday, 8-10:30pm, Historic Palmyra Pirate Whitley Ghost Walk and Hunt At Alling Coverlet Museum, 122 William St, Palmyra. $15/person. This walking tour (approx ½ mile) gives you the chills and thrills in the darkened streets of Palmyra. The tour will be followed with ghost hunting in 2 of the museums. Bring a flashlight. http://www.historicpalmyrany.com
August 10, Saturday, 10am-4pm, Historic Palmyra Erie Canal Pirate Weekend at the Museums All museums open at discounted pirate pricing: $2 per museum, $5 trail pass, no charge for children 15 and under. Historic Palmyra’s Pirate Whitley’s Haunted History. Live and dead pirates, skulls and treasures suitable for the younger and older folks. Stories told by Bloody Mary in the yard of the Palmyra Historical Museum, 132 Market St, 12:30pm and 3:30pm. http://www.historicpalmyrany.com
August 16, 17, Friday, Saturday, 9-3 each day, Town of Huron Historical Buildings Open House At Old Town Hall-Huron History Center Museum, 6416 North Huron Rd; Dayton Mills Schoolhouse, 10535 Slaght Road. Historic Huron Presbyterian Church, 6424 North Huron Road, will be holding a rummage sale concurrently. www.historichuron.org
August 23, Friday, 7-10pm, Wayne County Historical Society “The Fabulous 50’s Soc Hop & Exhibit” exhibit opening At Museum of Wayne County History, 21 Butternut Street, Lyons NY 14489. $25 adults, $20 WCHS members. Here we combine a fun evening with the opening of our new 50’s exhibit! Travel back in time to the 1950’s, wear a costume, bowl in the jail cells, listen to our crooners in the Jukebox Joint, enjoy cocktails and kick up your heels at the Soc Hop! www.waynehistory.org
August 24, Saturday, 8-10:30pm, Historic Palmyra Historic Ghost Walk and Hunt At Alling Coverlet Museum, 122 William St, Palmyra. $15/person. Stroll through Palmyra Village and hear its haunting history, then watch for the spirits of the museums at Palmyra Historical Museum and Phelps General Store. Bring a flashlight. Groups welcome. http://www.historicpalmyrany.com
August 27, Tuesday, noon, WHO- Wayne Historians Organization hosted by Macedon Historical Society At Macedon Academy, 1185 Macedon Center Road, Macedon Center. http://www.macedonhistoricalsociety.org/
September 13, Friday, 8-10:30pm, Historic Palmyra Murder, Mystery, and Tragedy Tour At Alling Coverlet Museum, 122 William St, Palmyra. $20/person. This special tour’ given by our history experts on Friday the 13th, allows you to join the spirits of tragedy as you journey through Palmyra’s dark past. Many haunting tales will be told on this unique walk. Bring a flashlight. http://www.historicpalmyrany.com
September 14, Saturday, 9-5, Huron Day includes Events 9-3, tour of Huron Evergreen Cemetery 3:30-5 9-3 Events and Open Houses at Old Town Hall-Huron History Center Museum, 6416 North Huron Rd; Huron Grange Hall, 6429 North Huron Rd; Historic Huron Presbyterian Church, 6424 North Huron Rd. 3:30 Tour at Huron Evergreen Cemetery, Dutch Street Road, corner Ridge Road. Huron Day sponsored by the Town of Huron. www.historichuron.org
September 16, Monday, 6:30pm, Marion Historic Association program “Marion Memories” At Marion Museum at Jennie’s House, 3794 South Main Street, Marion NY. Speaker: Lucinda Collier www.facebook.com/pg/marionhistorian/events/
September 16, Monday, 7:30pm, Walworth Historical Society program At Walworth Historical Society, 2257 Academy Street, Walworth NY. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please visit www.walworthhistoricalsociety.org
September 21, Saturday, W-PHS Williamson-Pultneyville Historical Society at 30th Annual Pultneyville Community Garage Sale https://w-phs.org
September 21-22, Saturday 9-5, Sunday 10-4, Historic Palmyra Booth at 9th Annual The Purple Painted Lady Art Festival At 845 Yellow Mills Road, Palmyra. www.thepurplepaintedladyfestival.com
October 2, Wednesday, noon, WHO- Wayne Historians Organization hosted by Ontario Historical & Landmark Preservation Society At Heritage Square, 7147 Ontario Center Road, at the Brick Church Road corners, Ontario NY http://www.heritagesquaremuseum.org/Heritage_Square_Museum,_Ontario_New_York,_Apple_Dry_House,_Warner_House,_Log_Cabin,.html
October 5, Saturday, 6:30-9:30pm, Historic Palmyra, Sibyl’s Birthday At Phelps General Store, 140 Market St, Palmyra. $20 for the party and a reading, $10 for the party only. Sibyl was a spiritualist for more than 50 years. You may see a guest show up from time to time that just doesn’t seem real. Two gallery readings will also be held at the Alling Coverlet Museum, 122 William St, at 8pm and 9pm. $20/person for either. http://www.historicpalmyrany.com
October 6, Sunday, 2-4pm, Walworth Historical Society Open House At Walworth Historical Society, 2257 Academy Street, Walworth NY. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please visit www.walworthhistoricalsociety.org
October 7, Monday, 6:30pm, Marion Historic Association meeting At Marion Museum at Jennie’s House, 3794 South Main Street, Marion NY. www.facebook.com/pg/marionhistorian/events/
October 11-12, Friday-Saturday, 7-9pm, W-PHS Williamson-Pultneyville Historical Society Moonlight Cemetery Tour At Lakeview Cemetery, 3967 Lake Road, Pultneyville NY. https://w-phs.org
October 12, Saturday, 6:30pm and 8pm, Historic Palmyra Famous Cemetery Walk At Roger’s Chapel, 272 Vienna St, in the Palmyra Cemetery. Adults: $15/person; Children ages 6-16: $10, must be accompanied by an adult. An amazing journey into the land of the dead. Part of NYS Path Through History Weekend. http://www.historicpalmyrany.com
October 21, Monday, 6:30pm, Galen Historical Society Quarterly Meeting At Brick Church Museum, 31 N Park Street, Clyde NY 14433. 315-923-7150 www.galenhistoricalsociety.org
November 14,15,16, Thursday Friday 10am-5pm, luncheon 11:30am till gone; Saturday 10am-2pm, Historic Palmyra Holiday Bazaar At Alling Coverlet Museum, 122 William St, Palmyra. No charge for admission. Vendors, luncheon, special gifts, antiques and crafts, homemade baked goods. No charge for admittance. http://www.historicpalmyrany.com
November 18, Monday, 1pm, Walworth Historical Society General Meeting At Walworth Historical Society, 2257 Academy Street, Walworth NY. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please visit www.walworthhistoricalsociety.org
November 30, Saturday, 11am, Marion Historic Association Holiday Open House At Marion Museum at Jennie’s House, 3794 South Main Street, Marion NY. www.facebook.com/pg/marionhistorian/events/
December 1, Sunday, W-PHS Williamson-Pultneyville Historical Society at Pultneyville Community Illumination https://w-phs.org
December 7, Saturday, 4-8pm, Historic Palmyra Homestead Holiday Candlelight House Tour Begin at Palmyra Historical Museum, 132 Market St, Palmyra. $25/person pre-sale, $30 at-the-door. Tour through the Village of Palmyra to many historic homes dating throughout the 1800’s. Also 2 of the Historic Palmyra museums. Festive décor, food, fun, friends, and a handmade gift. http://www.historicpalmyrany.com
December 9, Monday, noon, WHO- Wayne Historians Organization At Wayne County Historical Society Museum of Wayne County History, 21 Butternut Street, Lyons NY 14489 www.waynehistory.org
Now available: Newark-Arcadia historical Museum Gift Shop “East of Newark, West of Lyons: the Board Game, Long Play Edition” $24.95 Based on the very popular trivia book of the same name, by David Benjamin, this new board game is sure to be equally popular as well as a collectors item. Profits from the sale of the games benefit the Newark-Arcadia Historical Society. Museum located at 120 High St, Newark. Open Saturdays 1-3, and at other times by chance or appointment. For information, call 315 331-6409
Now: “Gillette Wall Map 1858 Wayne County, New York” books available for $10 each at the Office of the County Historian Wayne County NY, 9 Pearl Street, Lyons. The office is above the Dept of Motor Vehicles. These newly reprinted books contain indexed maps of each town and hamlet in Wayne county in 1858. The index cross-references settlers/businesses names and locations. An original Gillette Wall Map is on the wall of the County Clerk’s Office located on the first floor of 9 Pearl Street, Lyons.
This December 2004 printing is currently Sold Out…
Town of Butler CD with over 100 historic photosis being offered by Butler Historical Preservation Society.
Included is an interior view of the Roe Cobblestone Schoolhouse, a 1917 photo of the Butler Center Church, and a description of each photo. Contact Jim Chatfield (315) 594-9425, email: email@example.com Cost is $15 plus $2 shipping. A booklet of the photos will be available soon.
Andrea Evangelist, author and president of the Lyons Civic Club, inc. is pleased to announce that copies of the book, A Look
At Lyons: History and Images of Lyons, New York, are now available (December 2006) for purchase at four locations in Lyons: the main and branch offices of the Lyons National Bank, 35 William Street and Routes 14 & 31; Dobbins Drugs and The Old Pharmacy Gift Shop, 52-58 William Street; and James S. Sullivan Agency, 36 Canal Street. This 250-page, soft-covered, indexed, 8 1/2′ x 11′ publication contains over 300 captioned pictures that chronicle the history of Lyons. The Lyons National Bank and the Robert G. Boehmler Community Foundation generously sponsored the club’s first publication. Chapter titles of the book include Early History of Lyons, Early Government, Lyons Village, Lyons Fire Department, Lyons Schools, Lyons Library, Entertainment, Medical Care In Lyons, Slavery & Underground Railroad, Taverns & Hotels, Joppa, Prohibition, Transportation, The Canal, Communication, Alloway, Ethnic Heritage, Lyons Organizations, Lyons Businesses, Lyons Churches, Memories, Myths & Trivia, The Easterly Murders, and Appendix. Books are being sold for $25 a copy. Profits made from book sales will go to fund future Lyons Civic Club, Inc. publications and club activities. To order a book for shipping, please call 315-946-3367 or 315-946-9340. There is an additional $5 charge to cover shipping and handling costs.