Special Thanks to all who helped!

At Heritage Days on September 10th and 11th, the Society hosted an impressive new addition to our programming with a Living History Town Hall on the grounds of the Emmanuel Church, featuring historians protraying Colonial and Revolutionary era luminaries. George Washington reviewed militia troops, historical craft demonstrations and military units entertained all who attended.

Our sincerest thanks and best wishes go out to all who contributed their time, talent and resources to this spectacular reset for Heritage Days. Moving forward, ACHS is pleased to take on the challenge of refining and expanding the return of heritage to this great event.

Please follow our work on-line and bookmark us at www.alleganycountyhistory.org


Plan ahead for these events

ACHS is already decorating Gordon Roberts House for a fun reprise of a popular 2021 event. Turns out, Victorians loved Halloween and so did the folks who attended our Megan Jean “Dem Bones” Party last year. This year, our fun fund raiser returns in all its Steam Punk glory.



MEGAN JEAN “DEM BONES” PARTY – Friday October 28, 2022
7pm-9:30 pm $40 (ticket includes complimentary beverages and buffet)  Tickets for sale on-line at eventbrite.com

With special guest Megan Jean singing her often cemetery and bones flavored music, we will celebrate a Victorian Halloween with the added fun of a Tony Cornwell’s 3D art exhibit.  Feel free to join us in Steam Punk, Goth or Halloween attire. Spooky open bar features our signature heritage rye.

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BACK IN 2023  – The Return of Fourth Friday Teas

11 AM at Gordon Roberts House in April May and June 2023
$20 for members (Reservations required)


NEW FOR 2023 – “Hands On History” Weekend Events

May, June and July at interesting local venues.



Our two most popular fund raisers “Back by popular demand”
Coming late April to Whiting House and early July to Gordon Roberts.