Mary Ellen Johnson

GUILDERLAND — “From the West Manor of Rensselaerwyck to Westmere: Three Hundred and Fifty Years of Guilderland’s Place Names” will be the Guilderland Historical Society’s program at its Thursday, Feb. 16, meeting.

GUILDERLAND — “An Evening with Jim Moran: Questions and Answers” will be the Guilderland Historical Society’s program at its Nov. 17 meeting. Jim Moran has been an active blacksmith since 1972.

"American Stoneware: Objects Both Utilitarian and Beautiful" will be Robert Halley's presentation for the Guilderland Historical Society's program at its Thursday, Oct. 20, meeting.

GUILDERLAND CENTER — The public is invited to attend an open house on Saturday, June 18, when Guilderland's 1802 Mynderse-Frederick House at 451 Route 146 in Guilderland Center will be open from 1 to 4 p.m. The free event is jointly sponsored by the Guilderland Historical Society and the Guilderland Garden Club.

GUILDERLAND CENTER — “An Evening With Everett Rau” will be the Guilderland Historical Society’s program at its Thursday, March 17, meeting.

GUILDERLAND — At the Guilderland Historical Society’s Sept. 17 meeting, Tim Wiles will take on the persona of a 19th-Century ball player, dressed in a baseball uniform of the era,  reciting the 1888 comic poem  “Casey At The Bat.”

GUILDERLAND — Guilderland’s 1802 Mynderse-Frederick House’s front door will be open from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 20, for an open house, sponsored by the Guilderland Historical Society and the Guilderland Garden Club.

GUILDERLAND CENTER — At the May 21 meeting of the Guilderland Historical Society, Dr. Galen B.

GUILDERLAND — The Guilderland Historical Society’s autumn program series begins on Thursday, Sept. 18, with Guilderland Town Justice Denise Randall presenting a program describing the workings of our town justice system and the challenges facing towns and their justices today.

Melissa Hale-Spencer, editor of The Altamont Enterprise, will be the speaker at the Thursday, March 20 meeting of the Guilderland Historical Society when we begin celebration of the newspaper’s longevity with program “Celebrating 30 years of The Enterprise: Then and Now.”

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