Geneva, N.Y.: The second program in Historic Geneva's fall 2021 History Sandwiched In series will take place on November 3, 2021 at 12:30 p.m. Director of Education, Anne Dealy, will discuss the Prouty family of Geneva.
Between 1842 and 1890, three generations of the Prouty family lived at 543 South Main Street, now the Geneva History Museum. Historic Geneva is fortunate enough to have not only their house, but materials that document what their life was like during many of the years they lived in it. The program will run approximately one hour in the Hucker Gallery at the Geneva History Museum and will be simulcast online through Zoom.
Masks will be required for all in-person attendees. Advance registration is required for virtual participants. To register, participants should visit the program event page on historicgeneva.org. The necessary login information will be sent to registrants via email 24 hours prior to the program. For any problems with registration or to register by phone, call the Historic Geneva office at 315-789-5151. Registrations must be complete before 5:00 p.m. on November 2, the day before the program.
History Sandwiched In is a lunchtime series of short presentations conducted on the first Wednesday of the month during the workday lunch hour. The 2021 series will conclude with a program on December 1. For more information about these programs, call the Historic Geneva office at 315-789-5151 or visit historicgeneva.org.
The Geneva History Museum is located at 543 South Main Street. Parking is available on the street or in the lot at Trinity Episcopal Church.
Historic Geneva, formerly the Geneva Historical Society, tells the stories of Geneva, New York at the Geneva History Museum, Rose Hill Mansion, and Johnston House, and online at historicgeneva.org.