Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, all programs are now presented via Zoom for home viewing. To access each live program, on the day and time of the event, click on the program link posted below. In addition, each program will be simultaneously live-streamed to the Broome County Historical Society Facebook page.
PLEASE NOTE: THESE PROGRAMS ARE PRESENTED FREE OF CHARGE - THERE IS NO REGISTRATION FOR THE EVENTS, JUST CLICK ON THE LINK AND WATCH THE SHOW!
UPCOMING VIRTUAL PROGRAMS ON BROOME COUNTY HISTORY
Wednesday, June 16, 6:45 PM:
Binghamton's Food History
Busra Sati, Binghamton University Doctoral Student
Explore the food history of the larger Binghamton area with a specific focus on migrants and their descendants.
WATCH VIDEOS OF PREVIOUS PROGRAMS
Exploring the Mysterious French Tract in Vestal and Binghamton
DEAD MEN WALKING - A Virtual Tour of Binghamton's Spring Forest Cemetery
ABEL BENNETT HISTORIC TRACT - A Virtual Walking Tour
FOLLOW THE NORTH STAR - The Underground Railroads in the Southern Tier
CASTLE ON THE HILL - A History & Virtual Tour of the New York State Asylum at Binghamton
SPANNING TIME - Stories Ripped from the Pages of the Newspaper
FORGOTTEN BROOME - A Tribute to Special Places of the Past
PUBCRAWL THROUGH HISTORY - 200 Years of Beer in the Tier
A history of brewing and speakeasies in the Southern Tier, on the 100th anniversary of prohibition.