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Winter Paint pARTy

Instructor Karen Anthony of Karen’s Paint pARTies will teach us to paint a winter scene.


Virtual Talk: “Slavery and the Creation of a Northern Gentry”

During the first generations of European settlement in North America, a number of interconnected Northeastern families carved out private empires. Professor Maskiell will argue that slavery was a crucial component to the rise and enduring influence of this emergent aristocracy.


A History Lost

SUNY Schenectady

This program will be presented by SCHS Historian, Michael Diana, at SUNY Schenectady in honor of Black History Month. It is free and open to the public, and will be help in room Stockade 101.

Schenectady Wine Society: February

Join your hosts, Buffy Leonard and city historian Chris Leonard on a tasting and history tour of their favorite wines for the season.


Lost Voices Tour of Mabee Farm

In this tour, we try to see the Mabee Farm as enslaved people would have known it, and to understand the painful, dehumanizing experiences of hundreds of other enslaved people in Schenectady’s history. This program is offered as part of Black History Month.

$5.00 – $10.00