The Schenectady County Historical Society (SCHS) is seeking public input on what makes a modern historical organization thrive.
The SCHS, working through a grant with Documentary Heritage and Preservation Services for New York, has scheduled three round-table discussions on the future of the organization.
Key questions include how SCHS can be more inclusive, how SCHS can better serve the community, and how history is being made in Schenectady today.
Thursday, May 10 at 6 pm at the Schenectady County Central Library (McChesney Room), 99 Clinton St, Schenectady.
Tuesday, May 15 at 5 pm at the Quaker Street/Duanesburg Library, 133 Bull St, Quaker Street, Duanesburg.
Thursday, May 24 at 6 pm at the Glenville Branch Library, 20 Glenridge Rd, Schenectady.
Refreshments will be served at each of the community round-tables. For more information, contact Mary Zawacki at email@example.com or visit the SCHC’s website.