Schenectady County Historical Society presents
The Transportation Revolution in New York State
a presentation by University at Albany Professor of History David Hochfelder
Join us at the Schenectady County Historical Society Saturday, September 6 at 2pm as noted historian David Hochfelder explores the economic and transport innovations that positioned the U.S. as a power house on the world stage, with New York at the forefront.
$5.00 admission, free for SCHS members
Schenectady County Historical Society
32 Washington Avenue
Schenectady, NY 12305
SCHS is wheelchair accessible, with off-street parking behind the building and overflow parking next door at the YWCA.
The summer’s final Howlin’ at the Moon concert will feature the perennial favorites Washington County Line Bluegrass. Washington County Line serves up straight-ahead traditional bluegrass, seasoned with bluegrass interpretations of early country, folk, and contemporary tunes. They feature the songs of bluegrass giants such as Bill Monroe, Flatt & Scruggs, the Stanley Brothers, and Red Allen, as well as folk music icons and singer/songwriters including Gordon Lightfoot, Tom Paxton, Bob Dylan, and Ralph McTell.
September 8 – Washington County Line Bluegrass
The Howlin’ at the Moon Concert Series takes place in the Dutch Barn at the Mabee Farm Historic Site. Each concert begins at 7:00 with a singer/songwriter opener before moving on to the main act. In case of inclement weather, concerts may be moved into the George E. Franchere Educational Center. The cost is $5.00, and attendees are invited to bring lawn chairs or blankets.
For more information, please contact Educator/Assistant Curator Jenna Peterson at 518-887-5073, or by email at email@example.com. The Mabee Farm Historic Site is wheelchair accessible, with off-street parking in front of the George E. Franchere Educational Center.