This page will feature information about history-related events sponsored by various Warren County History Societies. Listed Alphabetically by Society, then chronologically! The contents are respectively owned by and is the effort of the named society under which it appears.

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PLEASE CONTACT THE SPONSORING SOCIETY DIRECTLY WITH QUESTIONS.

Please email Your Society’s events to:

Webmaster, Warren County Historical Society

wchs57ny@gmail.com

 

BOLTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY:

http://www.boltonhistorical.org/

 

 

CHAPMAN MUSEUM, GLENS FALLS & QUEENSBURY:

 

http://www.chapmanmuseum.org/programs/

 

HAGUE  HISTORICAL:

 

JOHNSBURG – NORTH CREEK:

 

LAKE GEORGE:

The Lake George Historical Association at the Institute of History Arts and Science Building 290 Canada Street Lake George, NY 12845 518-668-5044

 

LAKE GEORGE REGION

 

LAKE LUZERNE – HADLEY:

http://kinnearmuseum.blogspot.com/p/upcoming-events.html

 

Thurman Historical Society:

 

WARRENSBURGH HISTORICAL SOCIETY:

 See the Historical Society Events Page:
 The Warrensburgh Museum of Local History, operated for the Town of Warrensburg by the Warrensburgh Historical Society, is at 3754 Main Street, in the VFW Building. The entrance and parking are at the rear of the building, which is fully handicap accessible. Regular museum hours are Wednesdays, noon to 4 pm and Sundays, 1-3 pm. Admission is always free. The museum and society website is at www.whs12885.org. Like us on Facebook. For more information, contact the museum director, Steve Parisi, at 232-7349.

December 1 -3, 2016

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All Aboard the Orphan Train, This year the Warrensburg Jr/Sr High School will be putting on The Orphan Train by Aurand Harris as their fall production. Did you know that between 1850 and 1924,  250,000 orphaned children were sent from New York City to the mid west with the hopes of finding them new homes? Taken from the train by strangers along the way, unknowing of the future that lay in front of them.  The lonesome wail of the train whistle will carry you through the stories of 11 of those children in a semi-immersive experience.  A heart warming play filled with touching moments, life lessons and a few good laughs. Don’t miss out on this family friendly tale of hope and new beginnings.

 
 December 1-3  7 pm Tickets Adults 6$ students and seniors 4$. 
Warrensburg Jr/Sr High School 103 Schroon River Rd 
For any questions please call 623-2861. 
 

Warren County Historical Society // 195 Sunnyside Rd. // Queensbury, NY 12804 // (518) 743-0734

 

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