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1:30 pm: Longridge School Exhibit Opens
June 2, 2019 –
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|June 17, 2019
N/A: Strawberry Festival
June 17, 2019N/A
The Greece Historical Society hosts its 46th annual Strawberry and Dessert Tasting Festival. Featuring strawberry shortcake prepared by Wegmans as well as an array of dessert tastings provided by area establishments including Long Pond Family Restaurant, Tim Hortons, Lake Ontario Winery, Special T Cakes and the Dutch Mill.
Along with delicacies to please the palate, there will be musical entertainment offered by Jeremy Carter and for the younger set there will be old fashioned games.
The evening, all planned and executed by the Historical Society volunteers, will also be filled with many chances to win door prizes as well as a Chinese auction.
On the night of the festival , guest will be able to tour the museum and also on the grounds, visit a variety of booths set up by community organizations that will offer information to about their services and opportunities they have to offer.
Tickets are $7.00 for adults, $3.00 children 5-12 and free for those younger than 5 and may be purchased at the festival, free parking will be available on the Museum grounds and at the Greece Town Hall. For more information, call 595-225-7221
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6:00 pm: Rochester Genealogy Society
June 20, 2019 –
This is a private picnic for the Rochester Genealogy Society
|June 21, 2019||June 22, 2019||June 23, 2019
2:00 pm: Irish Families of the Town of Greece
June 23, 2019 –
Irish Families of the Town of Greece by Marie Poinan
The Irish were among the earliest settlers in the town of Greece. Some came after the Revolution and War of 1812, while many bought land and stayed in the area after they helped to build the Erie Canal. Most of the families were here long before the potato famine of the 1840s. This program was previously presented at the Charlotte Library in March.
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