- to educate the public about the history of Henrietta, New York
- to encourage community interest in the town's history
- to collect, preserve, and exhibit artifacts, writings, and historical items
- to conduct and collect oral histories from town residents
- to serve the educational and cultural needs of Henrietta, New York
Visit: www.henriettahistoricalsociety.org for directions
All programs are free and handicapped accessible.
In case of inclement weather, call HHS President Jack Hayden at 507-5213.
Henrietta Historical Society Virtual Event
Sunday October 18th, 2020 from 2pm to 4pm
A Zoom presentation by Bill Sauers
Historic roadside markers are windows into our past. First created in New York State to commemorate events and locations associated with the American Revolution, these markers continue to inform and entertain us.
Bill Sauers has been president of the Greece Historical Society since 2007. In addition to writing and presenting historical programs, he is an amateur photographer and genealogist. He is a retired engineer technician for the City of Rochester and a retired US Army Sergeant Major.
You must Pre-register for this program. Registration Ends October 15th
Your invitation/information email for joining the presentation will be sent the day prior to the event.
"Historic Roadside Markers in Upstate New York"
This months story is:
If you want to Learn About Life, Start in a Cemetery
written by Melanie Nelson,
Read the story, click here