Clinton Historical Society Reopening
Welcome to Clinton, NY
Clinton, New York is a close-knit community known for its schools, commerce, and illustrious 100 years of hockey history. We invite you to explore our online collection of images, hockey memories, and high school yearbooks. And don’t forget our blog. It has Clinton and Kirkland history starting when Moses Foote and seven families settled here in 1787. So go ahead, lose yourself in Clinton history.
UPDATE: January 10, 2021 Clinton Historical Society Presentation “Rush Cady Palmer, Class of 1862” To Be Made Available on Zoom
The January 10, 2021 2:00pm monthly presentation, “Rush Cady Palmer Hamilton College Class of 1862” is to be both recorded for later play on our YouTube channel AND Zoomed in real TIME by presenter Katherine Collett.
If you would like to participate in the ZOOMED program with questions, please use the following link to access the Zoom program on January 10th: Topic: Program On Rush Palmer Cady, Class of 1862 by Katherine Collett
Time: Jan 10, 2021 02:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Meeting ID: 867 8660 4731
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Meeting ID: 867 8660 4731
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2020 Clinton Historical Society Ornament & Christmas Card Collection Request
The Clinton Historical Society would once again this year like our members and people from the community at large to send us Christmas cards which will be used as a part of our Holiday Exhibit. We would also like you to write a few lines about how the pandemic is changing your normal holiday plans. Although we are not holding any group activities this year, the public is still invited to come in during our regular hours of Wed. and Sat. 1-4 to see our exhibit cases which will be filled with our extensive collection of Victorian Byer Figurines and a Charming Christmas Village. And in addition to the Christmas cards we receive from the public, we will once again feature cards created by Clinton artist Howard Chaney.
You will also be able to purchase our 4th annual Christmas ornament when you visit the Museum. Masks are required and social distancing adhered to.
Clinton Historical Society is located at 1 Fountain St., Clinton, NY 13323. 315-359-1392.
We truly appreciate our dedicated Postal Workers and other Essential Workers this Holiday Season.
Programs at Clinton Historical Society
Images, artifacts, exhibits, and yearbooks
with over 7,000 items.
One Hundred Years of Clinton Hockey
We’re pleased to announce that Thank You Albert Prettyman/Clinton Hockeyville USA is now part of our site.