- 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.
This months story is:
If you want to Learn About Life, Start in a Cemetery
written by Melanie Nelson,
Read the story, click here
Hot Summer of ‘64
A Zoom presentation by Daniel Cody
September 20, 2020 2 pm - 4 pm
The decade of the1960s was a decade of change. 1964 was a pivotal year in the history of the country and Rochester, as well. During three days in July, civil unrest forced Rochester to face its’ shortcomings and make changes. Rochester would never be the same after that hot summer.
This is an opportunity to see what lasting changes actually occurred as our country is again looking at racial equality and social justice.
Dan Cody is an adjunct lecturer in American History at Finger Lakes Community College, Genesee Community College and RIT.
Registration is required.