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Council-Sponsored Events in New York State

Experience the humanities in action - take in an exhibition, attend a lecture series, or join a discussion group this month! The events listed here are either presented by the Council or by organizations that have been awarded Council grants or Speakers in the Humanities funding; all are open to the public. Please note that times and venues may change. Please contact the sponsoring organization to confirm event details.

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Apr 1 2015 Dix Hills Objects and Memory More >
Apr 1 2015 Cuddebackville Understanding Past Native American Cultures in the Hudson Valley Through Archaeology More >
Apr 1 2015 Oneonta Our World Remade: World War I More >
Apr 1 2015 Huntington Station Working More >
Apr 1 2015 North Syracuse Our World Remade: World War I More >
Apr 2 2015 New York America's Nine First Ladies From New York State More >
Apr 2 2015 Poughkeepsie Celebrating the Manteo Sicilian Marionette Tradition in New York More >
Apr 6 2015 Roslyn Making Sense of the Civil War More >
Apr 7 2015 Geneva Great American Novels: A Contemporary Perspective on Classic Works More >
Apr 7 2015 Brooklyn Our World Remade: World War I More >
Apr 8 2015 Medina Character and Leadership in World War II: The Pacific Theater More >
Apr 8 2015 Yonkers In the Good Old Colony Days: Songs of Early America More >
Apr 8 2015 Huntington Station Our World Remade: World War I More >
Apr 8 2015 Troy Our World Remade: World War I More >
Apr 8 2015 Huntington Station Working More >
Apr 9 2015 Pleasant Valley Growing & Aging: First Discussion More >
Apr 9 2015 Smithtown Our World Remade: World War I More >
Apr 10 2015 Rockville Centre Robert Moses and His Long Island Legacy More >
Apr 10 2015 Brooklyn The End of the Image More >
Apr 11 2015 Port Washington George Washington's Long Island Spy Ring More >
Apr 13 2015 Newburgh The Iroquois (Haudenosaunee) Influence on Women's Rights More >
Apr 13 2015 Saranac Lake Muslim Journeys More >
Apr 13 2015 Geneva Geneva Historical Society More >
Apr 14 2015 Lockport The War of 1812: Songs and Stories from New York and Beyond More >
Apr 15 2015 Oneonta Our World Remade: World War I More >
Apr 15 2015 Huntington Station Working More >
Apr 15 2015 North Syracuse Our World Remade: World War I More >
Apr 16 2015 Jamaica Feet, Hooves, and Rails: Transportation in Nineteenth Century America More >
Apr 19 2015 New York Reading into History Family Book Club Wrap Event: Left For Dead: A Young Man's Search for Justice for the USS Indianapolis More >
Apr 19 2015 Blue Mountain Lake Adirondack Museum Cabin Fever Sunday-"The Abenaki in the Adirondacks: Diverse Experiences from the 18th to the 21st Century" More >
Apr 19 2015 Loudonville The Ballad of America: The History of the United States in Song More >
Apr 19 2015 Tarrytown Lincoln on the Civil War More >
Apr 19 2015 Brooklyn Neighborhoods of Brooklyn More >
Apr 19 2015 New York Special Walking Tour: 19th Century Landmark Treasures of Noho More >
Apr 20 2015 Floral Park The Rodgers and Hammerstein Era: Reinventing Musical Theater More >
Apr 20 2015 Smithtown Remember the Ladies: A History of American Women in Song More >
Apr 20 2015 Roslyn Making Sense of the Civil War More >
Apr 21 2015 Esperance From Muscles to Motors on the Farm: Henry Ford and the Great American Tractor Wars, 1910-1930 More >
Apr 21 2015 Syracuse Working More >
Apr 22 2015 Roslyn George Washington's Long Island Spy Ring More >
Apr 22 2015 Nyack Community Conversation for Kids at Nyack Library More >
Apr 22 2015 Troy Our World Remade: World War I More >
Apr 22 2015 Huntington Station Working More >
Apr 22 2015 Bronx The Art of Gee's Bend Quilts, a Talk by Maureen Daly Goggin More >
Apr 23 2015 Garden City Cooling Mother Earth: New York's Footprint in Nature, Then and Now More >
Apr 23 2015 Pleasant Valley Growing & Aging: Second Discussion More >
Apr 23 2015 Dryden Our World Remade: World War I More >
Apr 23 2015 Bronx Talk: "Peace Through Understanding: The 1964-65 World's Fair and the Fight for Civil Rights" More >
Apr 24 2015 Flushing Writing on it All - LatimerNOW More >
Apr 24 2015 New York Antonio Meucci, True Inventor of the Telephone More >
Apr 24 2015 Penfield Lincoln on the Civil War More >
Apr 25 2015 Lyndonville Creative Family Programs with Local Artists More >
Apr 25 2015 Syracuse Muslim Journeys: Third Discussion More >
Apr 25 2015 Setauket Toon Town: Comic Books and New York City More >
Apr 25 2015 Batavia Creative Family Programs with Local Artists More >
Apr 26 2015 New York Political Humor: A Look Back - Anger Mixed with Mirth More >
Apr 27 2015 Geneva Geneva Historical Society More >
Apr 27 2015 Roslyn Making Sense of the Civil War More >
Apr 28 2015 Merrick The Rodgers and Hammerstein Era: Reinventing Musical Theater More >
Apr 28 2015 Syracuse Working More >
Apr 29 2015 Medina Character and Leadership in World War II: The Pacific Theater More >
Apr 29 2015 Huntington Station Our World Remade: World War I More >
Apr 29 2015 Oneonta Our World Remade: World War I More >
Apr 29 2015 North Syracuse Our World Remade: World War I More >
Apr 30 2015 Brightwaters The History of UFO Sightings in America More >
Apr 30 2015 North Bellmore The Golden Age of Television: What Made the 1950s So Special for American T.V. More >
Apr 30 2015 Smithtown Our World Remade: World War I More >

 

Exhibitions and Ongoing Events

May 25 2013
Oct 25 2015
Lake Placid Developing our History, Finding our Family: The Stedman and Moses Collection of Historic Photographs More >
Sep 12 2014
Sep 14 2016
Plattsburgh Living History The Final Invasion Plattsburgh, New York More >
Jan 10 2015
Jun 29 2015
Schenectady Boomtown: Immigration, Technology, and Urban Schenectady More >
Jan 30 2015
Dec 1 2015
New York Exhibition: Manhattan's First Landmark More >
Feb 5 2015
Mar 21 2016
Flushing Exhibition: Year of South Africa - Next Generation: Emerging Photographers from South Africa More >
Feb 5 2015
Apr 24 2015
Bronx The Gee's Bend Tradition / Exhibition More >
Feb 16 2015
Feb 15 2016
Mt. Vernon Intrigue on the Village Green: The Election of 1733 at St. Paul's More >
Apr 9 2015
Mar 1 2016
Brooklyn Personal Correspondents: Photography and Letter Writing in Civil War Brooklyn More >
Apr 17 2015
Apr 19 2015
Troy Breaking Free: Civil War, Emancipation, and Beyond More >