1816 Farmington Quaker Meeting House

160 County Road 8
Farmington, NY 14425
Phone: (585) 394-3915
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As the site of Genesee Yearly Meeting of Friends, the 1816 Farmington Quaker Meetinghouse was a national crucible for major reform movements in the nineteenth century. Symbolically as well as geographically, it stood at the crossroads of activism for African American rights, women’s rights, and Native American rights. Part of the National Park Services' Underground Railroad Network to Freedom, the 1816 Farmington Quaker Meeting House Museum has a stamp for National Park Service passports.

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Aug 27, 2017

There's a lot of history in the Finger Lakes, and it's always fun to hear first hand from those who study it to understand what that history was really like. This presentation will be celebrating the... more

Sep 24, 2017

Step into the past with those who understand local history. Veronica Reitter, member of the Wolf Clan, Seneca Nation, will present a family-centered program of stories and activities to introduce... more

Oct 28, 2017

Arun Ghandi, the grandson of famed humanitarian Mahatma Ghandi, will bring a personal perspective the learning lessons from the elders. The author will talk on his new book, “The Gift of Anger and... more