The Palatine Settlement Society will once again hold its annual Antique Show and Sale at the Arkell Museum in Canajoharie in Montgomery County, NY, on Saturday, March 2, 2024. [Read more…] about Palatine Settlement Society’s Annual Antique Sale March 2nd
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The Palatine Settlement Society has invited the public to its annual “Afternoon at the Tavern” on Saturday, October 13, 2018 from 1 to 4 pm, at the historic 1747 Nellis Tavern on State Route 5 in St. Johnsville, Montgomery County, NY.
There will be a variety of beer and cider provided by Wolf Hollow and Rogers Cidery. Soup and bread will also be served. Tickets, available in advance, are $15 per person with a limited number of tickets available at the door. [Read more…] about Historic Nellis Tavern Fundraiser Sat, Oct 13th
The Palatine Settlement Society’s 13th Annual Antique Show inside the Great Hall at the Arkell Museum is set for Saturday, March 3rd from 10 am to 4 pm. All proceeds will go directly to the restoration and continued preservation of the historic 1747 Nellis Tavern.
This show offers a range of antiques and collectibles from over two dozen dealers who will be exhibiting and selling items such as furniture, quilts, books, tools, postcards, paintings, toys, china, jewelry and more. [Read more…] about Antique Show to Benefit Historic Nellis Tavern
The Palatine Settlement Society has invited the public to the annual “Evening at the Tavern.”
This event is scheduled for Saturday, September 24th from 4 – 7 pm, and will be held at the historic 1747 Nellis Tavern on State Route 5 in St. Johnsville, NY. [Read more…] about An Evening at the Historic Nellis Tavern
The historic Nellis Tavern museum on State Highway 5 east of St. Johnsville in Montgomery County will present “A Handsome Assortment: Chairs of the Turnpike Tavern Era,” an exhibit scheduled for September 21-22, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
The “turnpike era” in upstate New York corresponded roughly with the first half of the nineteenth century. The exhibit will feature examples of the types of seating pieces which would have been found in common use in establishments like Nellis Tavern during its heyday between 1800 and 1840, when it faced the Mohawk Turnpike (present State Highway 5). Today, objects like these are regarded as distinctive examples of early American artisanship. They are often examples of early American mass production, as well. [Read more…] about ‘Chairs of the Turnpike Tavern Era’ Exhibit at Nellis Tavern