December 1 & 2, 2017 – Friday and Saturday – Candlelight Christmas. Friday 10AM-9:00PM, Saturday 10AM to 5:00PM. Enjoy Shopping in the Victorian Décor for Handcraft Holiday Decorations and Ornaments, Woven Garments, Wood Carvings, Paintings, Florals, Jellies & Jams, Chocolates, Maple Products, Alpaca, Ceramics, Folk-art, Quilting & Braiding, and Other Creations. Handcraft Raffle available donated by the Vendors. Credit Cards Accepted. $3 donation requested at door.
January 11, 2018 - Thursday - 7:00 PM - Star Struck in Brockport - Lewis Swift, The Man Who Looked Up - In 1820, one of the most famous and world renown astronomers was born right on Ridge Road in the town of Clarkson. He identified numerous astrological objects. His accomplishments took him all over the world. Noted for sighting and naming six comets and numerous stars, this evening will fascinate you as science and history merge. The program will be presented by Chris Albrecht. Free and open to the general public. Refreshments will be served following the program.
March 8, 2018 - Thursday - 7:00 PM - Flight of the Redbirds - The Story of Brockport's Namesakes - The town of Brockport was named after Hiel Brockway. Why him? Who was Hiel Brockway? This evening will explore the lives an history of Hiel and Phebe Brockway. We will uncover how this man brought packet boats and many other ventures to Brockport. The program will be presented by Mary Lynne Turner. Free and open to the general public. Refreshments will be served following the program.
April 18, 2018 - Wednesday - 7:00 PM - Quarantined! We live in a world where we nearly take for granted all the medicines and doctors who help us stay healthy. What was the field of medicine and diseases like 150 years ago? Arnold Manning died at a very young age of tuberculosis of the spine. This intriguing evening will explore the diseases, flues and epidemics of Brockport from 1850 to 1950. Some of the Morgan-Manning House collection of doctor's "tools of the trade" will be on display. The program will be presented by Dr. James Goetz. The second half of the program will be presented by Rosa Davila - "The birth of modern perfumery: An olfactory journey into Victorian times" Free and open to the general public. Refreshments will be served following the program.