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P.O. Box 651
Montour Falls, NY  14865

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​​​​~ The Genealogy Interest Group will not meet in December. The next get-together will be on Saturday, Jan. 18, at 10 a.m.

Historical Society Exhibit Honors Burdett’s Bicentennial
​The Schuyler County Historical Society is honoring the 200th anniversary of the founding of the Village of Burdett with a special exhibit opening Tuesday, Nov. 5, at the Society’s Brick Tavern Museum in Montour Falls.
The exhibit will be in place through the end of January.

The Brick Tavern Museum is located at 108 N. Catharine St./Route 14, Montour Falls.

The Historical Society also is partnering with the Burdett Bicentennial Committee to host a series of talk. The upcoming talks in the Burdett Bicentennial Sunday Speaker Series:
     - “Beautiful Burdett: Colorful Architecture & Enduring History” by Marty Evans. Jan. 12 at the Brick    Tavern Museum. 2 p.m.
     - “Agricultural Paradise: Burdett’s Farming Heritage” by Heather O’Grady-Evans. Feb. 9 at the Burdett Fire Department. 2 p.m.
     - “The Lehigh Valley Railroad: Burdett at the Crossroads of Early Commerce & Transportation” by Gary Emerson. March 8 at the Burdett Fire Department. 2 p.m.

Burdett was established in 1819. The 200th anniversary celebration began with a daylong event on June 1.

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- Sunday, Dec. 8, 2-4 p.m.: Holiday Open House at the Brick Tavern Museum. Holiday decorations and refreshments! Tours of the Brick Tavern Museum and Wickham Rural Life Center! All are welcome.

​​The audio tour of the Brick Tavern Museum is available on your smart phone as an app. Simply download the UNIGUIDE app from the Google Store and look for our tour as "Brick Tavern." 

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