Mother Nature has won. It is better to be safe than sorry with the unpredictable winter storm warning. Unfortunately, the Theme Tree Open House and the Country Travelers Concert with a Square Dance scheduled for Sunday, December 1 has been postponed until Sunday, December 15 at 2:00 PM. Refreshments will be served. If you would like to bring a plate of holiday cookies to share, it would be welcome.
The Theme Tree Exhibit is up for you to see during regular museum hours and on Saturday December 7th during the Holiday in Hurleyville event.
Sullivan County Historical Society’s Theme Tree Exhibit
It is that time again to start planning for the 2019 Theme Tree Exhibit at the Museum in Hurleyville. The Sullivan County Historical Society invites organizations, businesses or individuals to plan to decorate a tree to join the festivities this year at the First Sunday Concert and Open House on Sunday December 1, 2019.
The decorating theme may be one that represents your organization, business, or your individual interests. Organizations must provide their own tree.
The tree must be artificial and not taller than six feet. If it is shorter than 5 feet, you must provide a table. Since the trees are displayed in subdued lighting, it is best to have lights on the tree.
Trees may be set up November 22 – 27 and November 29 and November 30. The trees will remain until the week of January 5..
We look forward to your participation in this annual holiday event
March and April News of the Sullivan County Historical Society
There will not be a First Sunday Concert in April because the auditorium is being used for the Annual BOCES Sullivan County Schools Art Exhibit.
Look for notifications regarding the May 5 First Sunday Concert.
The BOCES Art Exhibit will be on display through Tuesday, April 9. Please take time to see the work of Sullivan County's Budding Artist.
March is Red Cross Month. The Red Cross exhibit also runs through the month of March. Betty Popovich of the Red Cross has set up a marvelous display of photographs from the past relating to the Red Cross in Sullivan County. A hand made quilt by the Livingston Manor Red Cross ca. 1919 is also on display. Handouts regarding "Be Red Cross Ready" are available at no charge.
A display has been created to recognize the 150th anniversary of the Town of Delaware.
Looking forward to seeing you at the museum in Hurleyville.
ONE-ROOM SCHOOLHOUSE PROJECT IN THOMPSON. A presentation at the Grahamsville Time and the Valleys Museum will be held on Sunday, April 7 at 1 PM. Project co-chairman Gordon MacAdam and committee member Paul Lounsbury will do a PowerPoint presentation about the 20 one room schools that existed in Thompson between 1818 and 1960. Seven historic plaques were erected in 2019 and eight additional ones were just approved with six more pending. The program will run approximately one hour.
The Sullivan County Historical Society is pleased to be part of this project.