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Spooktacular Family Fun Day at the Seneca Iroquois National Museum

Spooktacular Family Fun Day
10/14/2017 10:00 am
10/14/2017 5:00 pm

Join us for Spooktacular Family Fun Day at the Museum. Activities include Kid's Crafts, Food & Craft Vendors & the Annual Scary Stories in the Museum! Scary Stories will be 3pm-5pm. Contact Jennifer Jimerson for more information, 716-945-1760 or jenniferjimerson@sni.org

Spring Opening of the Salamanca Area Historical Society Museum

Beautiful Brick Museum
04/01/2014 10:00 am

The Museum is set to open April 1st, 2014 after a long winter!  Members and volunteers have been working very hard and sometimes very late at night over the winter to do some early spring cleaning at the museum.  There will be new displays for visitors to look at on the first floor. We have updated our gift shop. The museum board is currently setting up it's summer speaker series so stay tuned or stop by!

Salamanca Historical Museum - Speaker Series "Underground Railroad"

10/15/2012 6:30 am

John Varonich speaks on the Secret Symbols of the Underground Railroad.

 

Free Admission

 

For more information, please contact the Salamanca Historical Society at 716-945-2946.

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Salamanca Historical Museum - Speaker Series "Bootleggers, Bullets and Blood"

09/17/2012 6:30 am

Sally Costik speaks on the history of Bootleggers, Bullets and Blood, The Story of the 1920's Area Gangsters.

Free Admission

For more information, please contact the Salamanca Historical Society at 716-945-2946.

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Salamanca Historical Museum - Speaker Series "Robin's Story"

08/20/2012 6:30 am

Mary McQueen and her K-9 partner Robin, 2009 Eukanuba Champion in Law Enforcement.

Free Admission.

For more information, please contact the Salamanca Historical Society at 716-945-2946.

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Salamanca Historical Museum - Speaker Series "The Ghost of the American Legion Post 535"

07/16/2012 6:30 am

Karen Hubbard and John Crocitto with Tammy Cummings talk about the ghost of the American Legion Post 535.

Free Admission

For more information, please contact the Salamanca Historical Society at 716-945-2946.

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