from the Oneida County History Center
Friday, April 9, 2021 from 9:00 am - 11:30- Association of Public Historians in New York State Region 7 Meeting
The Association of Public Historians in New York State (APHNYS) invites area historians and the public to their Region 7 virtual meeting. This online program includes presentations from Burke Library Director and Curator of Special Collections Christian Goodwillie, Town of Summit and Village of Stamford Historian Karen Cuccinello, Oneida County History Center Director of Public Programs Patrick Reynolds, and Oneida County Underground Railroad expert Jan DeAmics. This program is free courtesy of APHNYS as part of in-service education for historians. Registration information, presenter bios, and a schedule are available below.
Advanced registration is required; limited to 100 participants.
You will receive a link and instruction on how to join this online event after registration is complete.
Wednesday, April 14, 6:30 PM CNY Hops: birth, death and rebirth of a Central New York Industry
In the late 1800s Central New York grew eighty percent of the hops in the United States. A number of factors brought a swift end to things about 1920, but that once great industry is striving to make a comeback. The Oneida County History Center will host Madison County Historian Matthew Urtz, who will discuss the rise and fall of the historic hop industry, and Chad Meigs, founder of The Bineyard hop farm in Cazenovia, who will share his adventures in modern hop farming on April 14, at 6:30 PM.
Upcoming Programs & Events
The programs below are free and open to all. Advanced registration is required; limited to the first 100 participants
You will receive a link and instruction on how to join the online event after registration is complete.
Oneida County History Center