Apr. 2 – Mid November
Tues. 9 am–4 pm
Other hours can be
arraigned by appointment.
David Beckley, a Society member in LaPeer, Michigan, recently bought a
documented pair of Colonel Benjamin Cooley's silver shoe buckles. They were made in 1763 or 1764 by Rutland VT silversmith Samuel Beach, Benjamin's brother-in-law.
Pittsford Fire Department Chief Tom Hooker announced that the Memorial Day parade will step off at 12:30 pm Monday, May 27 from the Village Green, proceed down Route 7, turn onto Pleasant Street and end at the Firehouse on the corner of Pleasant and Arch Streets. The ceremonies will take place there. This plan shortens the time that Route 7 is closed to traffic, and provides more shade for marchers and viewers. The guest speaker will be announced later. The Museum will be open, but we will serve refreshments at the firehouse.
Watch the Video Bob Birmingham's Memorial Day address 2013
Sun. Sept. TBA. Members’ meeting; Fox Bros. Farm
Sun. Oct. 20 Annual Meeting; Speaker: Bill Powers
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