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News & Announcements

Copies of the Historical Society's Newsletter are available here.

Mark your calendar for May 15 from 2-4pm! Take your grandchild back to the days in the 1950's and 1960's when life was simpler. We want to help you re-create these days by sharing items from our collections dating to a time before technology changed childhood.

This will be a great intergenerational opportunity to share stories and memories. We hope to see grandparents and parents visit and remember.

Walt Gable, Seneca County Historian will speak on this subject Thursday, March 10th at 6pm at the Agricultural Museum.

Zobdedia Alleman was one of the significant women of our area recognized on the National Votes for Women Trail in Union Springs.

This is part of the Martha Shaw Harvesting History series. All events are open to the public at no charge. Parking is free and refreshments are served.

Donations are always appreciated.

The video's recently added speak to the importance of the National Votes for Women Trail supported by The Pomeroy Foundation. Zobedia Alleman was very instrumental and resided on Homer Street in Union Springs, NY. The importance of her history is narrated by Pat Kimber of the Frontenac Museum.

Check them out!

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