Monthly Archives: January 2012

Fashions, Function, and Trends of the American Revolutionary Period

Women of the 18th century were not so different from the liberated ladies who burned their bras in the 1960’s. Rebellion was in the air and as the styles of England and France made their way onto the forms of … Continue reading

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FREE Computer/Web Design Workshop for Local Historical Societies and Museums

Genesee Community College is pleased to offer a FREE computer/web design workshop for local historical societies and museums in the GLOW Region on March 1st, 2012 from 1:00-4:00pm at the Conable Technology Building in Batavia. This workshop is designed to … Continue reading

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Holland Purchase Historical Society Museum Dinner

The Holland Purchase Historical Society will hold a special dinner lecture on Tuesday, February 14th 2012 at 7:00pm at the Sacred Heart Social Center, 17 Sumner St. Batavia, NY 14020. Tickets are $15.00 pre-sale (no tickets will be available at … Continue reading

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Spring 2012 Civil War Lecture Series

Beginning February 7th, Genesee Community College will again host the popular Civil War Lecture Series. This series, organized by Civil War historian Derek Maxfield, continues the college’s commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War. All lectures are free … Continue reading

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Civil War Exhibit in GCC Library in Batavia

The Genesee Community College library in Batavia is proud to announce a new Civil War display that will run through February 17th. The exhibit features Civil War era newspapers, 3D models of iconic scenes from the war, period weapons, uniforms … Continue reading

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HLOM Winter Lecture Series

The Holland Land Office and Museum wishes to announce its Winter Lecture Series. This series will feature lectures the third Saturday of each month, at 10:00 AM, at the museum. The first speaker will be Mike “Max” Szemplenski, who will … Continue reading

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