Schroon's Living History: 2019 Historical Society's Summer Scedule

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The Schroon-North Hudson Historical Society’s summer season 2019 begins on Saturday, June 29th, with an opening reception. This year marks another stellar line-up of our area’s history

From The Museum:

Museum Opening: Noon - 4pm

New Exhibits: "Hamlets - Houses - History"

This new exhibit will include the hamlets of South Schroon, North Hudson/Blue Ridge Paradox/Severance, Hoffman/Loch Mueller, and Baker Street. 
Ice Cream Social. Free and open to the public!
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Thursday, July 11th~ "Jewish People of the Adirondacks" an educational program provided by the Ticonderoga Historical Society

7:00pm @ The Schroon Lake Boathouse Theater. Free and open to the public!
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Monday, July 15th ~  "Sing A Long"
Local Musician; Sue Tillotson will lead a "Sing A Long" @ the Schroon Lake Boathouse Theater @ 7pm
Ice Cream Social Immediately Following the Sing A Long! Free and open to the public!
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Thursday, July 18th ~ "History of the Dollhouse" 

"History of the Dollhouse" is a hands on program for children to learn about the history of the doll house, and they will be able to decorate and create their own full size paper doll house.  9:30am -11:30am @ The Schroon North Hudson Historical Society. Limited Spots: to reserve your child's spot please contact the museum @ 518-532-7615 after June 29th.
*This program is possible with a generous grant from the Stewart's Holiday Matching Grant program!

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Thursday, July 25th ~ "Storytelling: Remembering the Hamlets of
Paradox Lake & Severance" 

Come share your stories or the stories handed down from your kin! 7pm @ The Boathouse Theater
Free and open to the public! 
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Saturday, July 27th ~ Architecture ..."What is it?"

The Schroon-North Hudson Historical Society is excited to partner with the non-for-profit Adirondack Architecture Heritage to bring a program and a guided walking tour exploring Schroon's architecture and buildings.
10am: Program: Learn the various styles of architecture! @ Boathouse Theater
Noon - Lunch on your own!
1pm -3pm Walk with a AARCH guide and identify the various styles of architecture in our community.
MORE INFO TBA
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Sunday, July 28th ~ Book Talk ... "Summertime in a Tourist Town"
The Schroon-North Hudson Society will be hosting Author Joanne Sheets who wrote "Summertime in a Tourist Town" at 2 pm at the Museum. 
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Thursday, August 8th ~ "Wash Days"

"Wash Days" is a museum hands on program for children to learn how to wash laundry the old fashion way. They will haul water to the wash tub, use a bar of soap and a scrub board to wash some good ole' fashion laundry including some fun long johns.

They will use the hand ringer to remove excess water, and then wonder over to hang up laundry on an old fashion clothes line.  9:30am -11:30am @ The Schroon North Hudson Historical Society. Free and open to the public! 
*This program is possible with a generous grant from the Stewart's Holiday Matching Grant program!
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Wednesday, August 14th ~ "Prohibition-The Roaring 20's" Themed Tea Luncheon @ Silver Spruce Inn
1pm - 3pm
MORE INFORMATION TO BE ANNOUNCED

Volunteer Committee Members needed. Contact Tammy Whitty-Brown, Chairperson at mamatstampin@gmail.com to volunteer for this fun and exciting event! Tickets will be sold @ the Schroon Lake Library Only!
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Thursday, August 15th ~ "Storytelling: Remembering Our Schroon Lake Community Church"

Come out to the Schroon Lake Boathouse Theater and Share Your Memories of our beloved Schroon Lake Community Church @ 7pm. A donation basket will be passed and all proceeds will be donated to the Schroon Lake Community Church to aid them in rebuilding!
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Thursday, August 29th -"Storytelling" 
Topic to be announced!
7pm @ The Boathouse Theater
Free and open to the public! 
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Saturday, August 31st - Museum Closes for Season @ 4pm
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Wednesday, September 18th - Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon 

@ Noon. Location to TBA
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Friday, September 27th ~ "History of Ghosts"

The"History of Ghosts" program is presented by Diane O'Connor, member of the Ticonderoga Historical Society.  Bring your own stories and share them!  7pm @ the Museum!