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11:00 am: Free Scanning Day
May 4, 2019 –
Back by popular demand, this is the fourth year Greece Historical Society is hosting a free photo scanning event. Local members of the Association of Professional Photo Organizers and experts in scanning and preserving photos will be on hand – Kate Jacus, The Photo Curator; Bruce Holroyd, Digital Scan Solutions, and Nancy Carr, Preserve a Photo – will be using professional scanners at each station. Visitors can stop by any time during the day with up to 50 photos or slides. Be sure to bring your own USB flash drive or USB thumb drive.
Angela Blauvelt from Archival Methods, a manufacturer and distributor of archival storage material will also be here to answer any of your archival storage questions.
The Museum will be open during the event for visitors to tour our latest exhibits. This is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate Mother’s Day by preserving your family memories.
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|May 13, 2019||May 14, 2019
7:00 pm: The Architecture of James H. Johnson
May 14, 2019 –
The Architecture of James H. Johnson
During his lengthy career in Rochester, architect James H. Johnson was acclaimed for several of his unusual designs, including the Liberty Pole, the "Mushroom House," and St. John the Evangelist Church in the town of Greece. Most of his other projects received little attention as Johnson quietly followed his own highly creative path, designing buildings of remarkable creativity inspired by forms in nature and complex geometry.
Christopher and Katie spent 18 months exploring Johnson's drawings and slides, interviewing his colleagues and family members, and visiting his buildings, They will be sharing what they learned in this talk featuring new and old photographs of Johnson's projects, from his most celebrated works to some of the strangest hidden architectural treasures in western New York.
The project documenting Johnson's career was organized and sponsored by the Greece Historical Society, and was funded by grants from the Preservation League of New York State, the Landmark Society of Western New York, and the Johnson family.
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5:00 pm: PASTA DINNER Fundraiser
May 19, 2019 –
Join us for our next Pasta Dinner fundraiser on Sunday, May 19 from 5-7 pm. at the Barnard Restaurant and Party House (Barnard Exempts). Please help us with this major fundraiser by ordering your tickets now and your tickets will be waiting for you at the dinner.
Tickets may be purchased at our museum during normal open hours or call 225-7221. Although walk-ins are welcome, we appreciate pre-orders, as we need to guarantee a minimum number to reserve the facility.
Every ticket ordered before May 11 will be eligible for a drawing to win a Historic Greece, N.Y. 36” x 48” coverlet.
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1:30 pm: Longridge School Exhibit Opens
June 2, 2019 –
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