Talk on Woman Adventurer

Babette Huber will give a talk on The Adventures of Sarah Bonesteel. Sarah Hall Bonesteel was a woman of intelligence, adventure and courage. She was in the first class that accepted women at MIT, traveled the high seas, taught Helen Keller and traveled 5000 miles in a Buick Six touring car on a cross-country tour. All …

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Talk on Agricultural Fairs; Jan. 10

The Greece Historical Society presents: “Innocent Recreation – the Development of the Agricultural Fair” Tuesday, January 10th , 7:00 p.m. Greece Town Hall by Lynn Belluscio, Curator of the Jell-O Museum In 1812, Elkanah Watson exhibited three Merino sheep under the elm trees on the square in Pittsfield Massachusetts.  The success of this humble agricultural exhibition …

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Local Authors at the Greece Museum

On Sunday, November 13th from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm several local authors will be available to autograph their books. This event will take place at the Greece, NY Museum, 595 Long Pond Rd. 14612. Each author will sell their own books accepting only cash or checks (sorry no plastic).   Do some early holiday shopping …

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History talk

Charlotte was attacked four times by the British fleet during the War of 1812.  Jim Fisher will describe these events and the details of those attacks which occurred on Oct 1, 1812, June 15, 1813, Sept 11, 1813 and May 14, 1814. The Greece Historical Society presents “Attack on Charlotte in the War of 1812”  …

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