Conferences, Programs, and Meetings

Regional Meetings Abound.  Below you will find links or forms for many of the 12 regions across the state:

Several regions are still in the planning stage for the fall meeting.  Please consult with the appropriate regional coordinator for further information.

Region 1:              Contact Coordinator

Region 2:              Contact Coordinator

Region 3:              See Separate Page

Region 4:              Meeting will be held on October 4, from 10-2 in Prattsville, contact coordinator for further information

Region 5:             Meeting will be held on September 5 in the Montgomery County Archives, Town of Fonda

Region 6:             Held Special Meeting in June

Region 7:             See Separate Page

Region 8:             Contact Coordinator

Region 9:             See Below

Region 10:          Meeting will be held October 11 from 10-2:30 at the Town of Owego Office Building, more details will be forthcoming

Region 11:         Contact Coordinator

Region 12:

   What                  Region 12 Annual meeting

Where                2218 Judge Road    Rt 63  Alabama NY

When                 Sat 4 October 2014   from 11 am – 2 pm registration is at 11 am

Why                    For a great Program by Joe Cassidy ,  Town of Alabama Historian on the Oak  Orchard Acid Springs                                   Hotel and Sanatorium   and another wonderful speaker Darlene Warner from the Oakfield Historical                                   Society on the Cary Seminary from 1840. Looks to be a crowd pleaser again this year.

We will again have a brown bag style lunch ( bring your own  lunch) and coffee and water will be provided by the Historical Society and the museum will be open as well for you to tour. ALL are welcome and requests that the historical societies come and bring a guest.

APHNYS Region 3 2014 Meeting

APHNYS Region 7 Fall 2014 Meeting

                 APHNYS REGION 9 MEETING

Good afternoon

We are just over two weeks away from this year’s regional meeting we already have close to 30 people signed up this year.  If you have already registered for this year’s meeting GREAT!!!!  If you are planning on coming but have not mailed in your check please let me know so I can have an accurate head count for the lunch order, and remember I need those checks by Friday September 5th.

This year’s meeting will take place on Saturday September 13th at the Town of Clay Historic Park from 9 am to 1 pm.  Similar to last year we will have a lunch of sandwiches, chips and some salads for a fee of $10 for all those interested.  After the event tours will be available of all of the parks historic buildings as well as the Immanuel Lutheran Church, the oldest Lutheran Church in Onondaga County for anyone interested.

I am very excited for this year as we have an incredibly strong group of speakers and they go as followed:

9:00-9:15 Dorothy Heller (Town of Clay Historian) will speak on Clay and the Historical Park

9:15-10:00 Debbie Stack, the Director of Education and Community Engagement for WCNY, will speak on WCNY’s upcoming historical initiatives.

10:00—10:45 Diana Wendell, CIS (Curriculum Instruction Secondary) Coordinator and School Library Systems Director for Madison County BOCES will speak on how historians, cultural resources and archivists can help teachers with the implementation of the Common Core standards.

10:45-11:30 Ray LaFever, Town of Bovina Historian, will speak on utilizing social media (Facebook, Flickr, and Twitter) to promote our communities history.

11:30-12:15 Lunch

12:15-1:00 Paul Mercer of the New York State Public Library will speak on available records and how to research at the New York State Library

1:00-?-Tours of Historic Park

We must have your notification and check by September 5th.  Make checks payable to APHNYS and mail them to:

Madison County Historian

PO Box 668

Wampsville, NY 13163

As always this meeting is open to any interested party.  If you have any questions or just want to reserve your place now feel free to contact me.

Kind Regards

Matthew Urtz

Madison County, NY Historian

PO Box 668

Wampsville, NY 13163


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