2024 Walks and Talks

May 28, 2024

Walks and Talks 2024

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The Landmarks Society Celebrates 50 Years!

April 7, 2024
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Historic Happy Hour @ Tailor and the Cook

March 9, 2024

Next Historic Happy Hour Tuesday, March 12th 5-30-7 PM Cash bar $10 donation at the beautiful new location of Tailor and the Cook 311 Main Street Please come join us!

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Senator Francis Kernan – Honest Politician from Utica. 

March 5, 2024

Tuesday, March 26th.  Senator Francis Kernan – Honest Politician from Utica.  7 PM – 8 PM at the Dunham Public Library, Whitesboro. Lou Parrotta is a History teacher at Proctor High School. He is the city of Utica Historian, serves as the president of the Oneida County Historians Association, and is a longtime member, and…

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Bus Trip to Canastota & Peterboro, NY

February 29, 2024
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The Edmund Fitzgerald Investigations

February 21, 2024
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Whites Pottery: A history presented by Fred Cappozzella

February 14, 2024

Fred Cappozzella retired from the Utica City School District after a long career as a teacher and administrator.  Fred or Mr. “Capp” as his beloved students called him, now devotes much of his time to his main hobby, collecting Utica memorabilia.  Fred is also involved with the Mohawk Valley Institute for Learning in Retirement.  He…

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Historic Happy Hour

February 5, 2024

Come join us in some Historic Happy Hour Fun at a local historic establishment.   $10 donation is requested.  The first happy hour will be at: Iconic Bar in DoubleTree Hotel, Utica. Iconic DoubleTree.docx

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Winter Series Preserving Our Past: Herkimer’s 1834 Jail. Presented by James M. Greiner

January 20, 2024
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Our NEW ornament is here!

December 7, 2023

The ornament will be sold exclusively at the Utica Comets/Utica City FC Team store at The Adirondack Bank Center for $25, and online at a later date. These will make great Holiday keepsakes.

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Decorative: gold ornate graphic


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