Navigating Medicare: For Babyboomers and Beyond Wed. Oct. 17, at 7:30pm | Heidi Palmer of Essex County's Office for the Aging At Wadhams Library Free and open to the public The second of the Wednesdays in Wadhams Lecture Series is going to encompass a serious topic that … [Read more...] about Wadhams Lecture Series: Navigating Medicare
The Essex community blog has been publicizing events happening in and around Essex, New York since June 2011. The archive below includes all posts that were categorized as events. If you are unable to find the Essex event that you are looking for, visit the Essex Community Calendar, the quickest and easiest way to discover what's happening in and around Essex. In addition to the default calendar view, you can view a list of upcoming events and you can add an event.
Tuesday, October 16: Singing for Change: "Protest" Music in American History A presentation in words and song by Mary-Nell Bockman and The Wannabes At Whallonsburg Grange Hall Singing has been a part of the conflicts and movements for change throughout American history. … [Read more...] about Whallonsburg Grange Lyceum: “Protest” Music in American History
The War of 1812 Comes to Essex At Essex Community Church Tuesday, October 9, 7:30 pm A multimedia presentation by Historians, Morris Glenn and Shirley La Forest; the talk and slides will feature the military roles played by prominent settlers of Essex and surrounding areas. … [Read more...] about The War of 1812 Comes to Essex
Tuesday, October 9: "Native American Settlement and Archeology in the Champlain Valley" Speaker: Chris Wolff is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology, SUNY Plattsburgh and an archaeologist with a research focus on the prehistory of North America, particularly regarding … [Read more...] about Whallonsburg Grange Lyceum: Native American Archaeology in Champlain Valley
The Wednesdays in Wadhams Lecture Series at the Wadhams Free Library is starting up again next week! Wednesday, October 3rd at 7:30 An illustrated talk by Charles Russell "In Love and Struggle: The Art of Thornton Dial." Charles Russell, a Westport resident, is Professor … [Read more...] about Wadhams Lecture Series: The Art of Thornton Dial