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Walking Tour: Stockade Sacred Spaces

Schenectady has long been home to peoples of many faiths. The various churches of the Schenectady Stockade stand out for their beauty and storied history. In this tour, we’ll explore these spaces and hear their stories from the people who keep them sacred today. Members are free, but please RSVP below. Admission otherwise is $13.

Free – $13.00

Investigations at the Yates Farmhouse, Glenville with Daniel Mazeau and Aaron Gore, archaeologists

Daniel Mazeau and Aaron Gore, archaeologists with Beverwyck Archaeology, recently completed field investigations and research for the Yates house and property in Glenville, once home to the family of Joseph Yates, NY governor from 1823-1824. The excavations, conducted in 2019 and 2020, provided information on when the house was built, activities occurring on-site, and a variety of other topics. They will discuss their findings.   This is an in-person program hosted at 32 Washington Ave.  Admission is free for members, otherwise $8 the day of the program. No advanced tickets.