Upcoming Events


Shown At Dusk
Free Admission!


Thursday, August 30, 2018

4:30 – 7.P.M.

Eat in or Take Out
½ chicken, salt potatoes, coleslaw, corn on the cob, roll, butter, lemonade or iced tea. Prepared by Dizzy Dave's Backyard Barbecue. Reservations appreciated. Call 518/696-4947. $15 donation
Hadley-Smead Memorial Park

Corner of Stony Creek Road and Maple Street
Hadley, N.Y.

Featuring the NEW DVD "Harnessing Nature, Building the Great Sacandaga" produced by Jason Kemper, Lauren Roberts and Peter Pope in association with the Great Sacandaga Lake Advisory Council.  "Harnessing Nature" is the story of how the people of the Sacandaga Valley had to sacrifice their homes, their farms and their livelihoods for the greater good.  It is a story of heartbreak, rebirth and a remarkable engineering project in its own right.

Plan to attend this family-fun event, and don't forget to bring your own chair or blanket.  Concesssions available.  "Harnessing Nature" DVD and books by local authors will be on sale.

The program is free, open to the public, and handicapped accessible.

For further info: www.kinnearmuseum@gmail.com


Hidden Mystery -
Did President Grant Visit Lake Luzerne, N.Y.?”

7:00 P.M.

Hadley Senior Center
23 Maple Avenue, Hadley, N.Y.

Join presenter Ben Kemp as he shares his research on the subject of whether our 18th President Ulysses S. Grant really visited Lake Luzerne in the 1870's. In addition we'll explore the compelling story of what brought Grant to this area in his final days in 1885 and the cottage he lived in that is now a local historic site. Ben is Site Coordinator with the Friends of Grant Cottage and a Board member with the Hadley-Lake Luzerne Historical Society.
The program is free, open to the public, and handicapped accessible.
For further info: www.kinnearmuseum@gmail.com



“Understanding the Archaeology

of the Adirondacks”

Thursday, September 13, 2018
8:00 P. M.
Hadley-Luzerne Public Library
19 Main St., Lake Luzerne, N.Y.

Our guest speaker will be archaeologist/author David Starbuck of Chestertown. Mr. Starbuck is a noted authority on the archaeology of the Adirondacks. In the early 1990’s, he explored war sites of two of North America’s coveted pre-revolutionary forts: Fort William Henry and Fort George, and he has not stopped exploring since. Mr. Starbuck will share excerpts from his latest book Archaeology of the Adirondacks and discuss findings from his most recent Adirondack excavations.

  The program is free, open to the public and handicapped accessible. For further information please email kinnearmuseum@gmail.com

  David Starbuck,
a.k.a. "Indiana Starbuck

Please check back for further additions to our upcoming programs.  All program venues are handicapped accessible.