The annual Spring Program Meeting of the Schoharie County Historical Society will be held on Thursday, April 27, at 7 pm at the New York Power Authority’s Visitors Center in North Blenheim. The public is invited to attend the meeting and visit the Lansing Manor House afterward.
Historical Society Director Carle Kopecky will introduce the Society’s new Director of Educational Outreach Melinda McTaggart, who will now manage the Lansing Manor operations among other duties.
Lansing Manor has been restored as needed and maintained by the Power Authority since the 1970s. The Manor is staffed by the Historical Society.
The Schoharie County Historical Society also operates the Old Stone Fort Museum Complex in Schoharie, publishes the semi-annual “Historical Review” of county history, and organizes lectures and historical events such as Stone Fort Days, History Fair and the upcoming Schoharie Street Movies Centennial on June 8 and 10. More information about the Society, membership and volunteer opportunities, can be found on their website.
To learn more about visiting NYPA’s Blenheim-Gilboa Visitors Center and the Lansing Manor Complex, click here.
Photo: Lansing Manor, provided.