NOTICE: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE ALL PROGRAMS are presented as a Virtual events on ZOOM.
Eventually programs will be presented live at the Decker Community Room of the Broome County Public Library, 185 Court Street, Binghamton, and concurrently on Zoom and Facebook live. For the live programs, coffee, tea and cookies will be provided at 6:30pm.
PLEASE NOTE: THESE PROGRAMS ARE PRESENTED FREE OF CHARGE - THERE IS NO REGISTRATION FOR THE EVENTS. BE ADVISED THAT SCHEDULING CHANGES AND CANCELLATIONS ARE POSSIBLE DUE TO THE ONGOING COVID SITUATION. CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES.
UPCOMING PROGRAMS ON BROOME COUNTY HISTORY
Wednesday, January 19 at 6:45 PM:
HISTORY OF THE MYSTERIOUS STONE PILES
February 16 - John Goodnough
The History of Railroads in Broome County
March 16 - Brian Frey
The Binghamton Clothing Factory Fire in 1913 (Click Here to View Promo)
April 20 - Donald Nieman and Michael McGoff
The Early History of Binghamton University - Always a Town-Gown Relationship
May 18 - Roger Luther
The Taking of Cannonsville
June 15 - Ed Nizalowski
The Ku Klux Klan in Broome and Tioga Counties
WATCH VIDEOS OF PREVIOUS PROGRAMS
THE HISTORY OF COLESVILLE ON ITS 200th ANNIVERSARY
THE LIFE AND TIMES OF ROD SERLING
SPANNING TIME 2
BINGHAMTON'S FOOD HISTORY
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.