Museum Closed in January and February

The Greece Historical Society museum will be closed on Sundays from December 26th through February 27th. We will resume our Sunday hours on March 6, 2022.

Our annual membership meeting will be held on Thursday, January 20, at the new GCSD Transportation Center, 1790 Latta Road. Our next second Tuesday of the month educational program will be held at the Greece Public Library on the evening of February 8. View our calendar in the Upcoming Events section for details.

If you would like to meet with us during January or February, you may stop in during our regular Monday office hours or call us to make an appointment.

New book from the Greece Historical Society

In celebration of the Bicentennial of the Town of Greece in 2022, the Greece Historical Society is honoring the families who settled in the area before 1872 with a book set titled Pioneer Families of the Town of Greece. Researched and written by Marie Villone Poinan and Jo Ann Ward Snyder, the set contains vignettes, photos, and input from current family members that highlight each family‚Äôs contribution to the town.

BOOK UPDATE 1-12-22

An initial shipment of The Pioneer Families of the Town of Greece, (volume I) has now arrived at the Greece Museum gift shop

For those who pre-ordered and paid for the book, you can pick up your copy by visiting the Museum gift shop between 10 am and noon on Mondays or by calling (585) 225-7221 to arrange a time to come in. 

Copies may now also be purchased by stopping in during our scheduled office hours. We have a limited supply available with an additional shipment expected very soon. Your cost at the museum is $30.00, which includes NY state sales tax.

In addition, the book may be purchased from Amazon by clicking here. The Amazon cost is $27.95 plus tax (plus shipping if you do not have Amazon Prime).

Greece Olympia Exhibit

Our newest exhibit, titled “The History of Greece Olympia”, which opened on Sunday, October 24th, will continue to be available when the museum re-opens in March.

 

Please plan to stop in to see memorabilia and pictures of how the school has developed over the years and the changes that have occurred.