Amelia Earhart talk Sunday
CLINTON — “Amelia Earhart: Lost Legend,” will be presented by Cheryl Pula at the Clinton Historical Society, 1 Fountain St., at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 11.
The program is free.
Amelia Earhart was and remains the most famous aviatrix in world history.
She disappeared on an around the world flight attempt in 1937, and no trace of her has ever been found. Pula’s program traces that flight, and offers some theories as to what might have become of her.
Pula is a retired reference librarian and a founding member of the New York Mills Historical Society. She is currently the New York Mills village historian. Pula has written, co-authored and edited several books and also shares her passion for history, giving lectures about a variety of topics.
12th annual Chili Bowl Luncheon Saturday in Old Forge
Drawing classes with Imundo start Feb. 20
Winter break events at Oneida library include Dinosaur Dig, crafts
History center offers book sale
- 4:00pm 02/14/1812th annual Chili Bowl Luncheon Saturday in Old Forge
- 4:00pm 02/14/18Drawing classes with Imundo start Feb. 20
- 4:00pm 02/14/18Winter break events at Oneida library include Dinosaur Dig, crafts
- 4:00pm 02/14/18History center offers book sale
- 4:00pm 02/14/18Park marks Douglass’ 200th birthday
- 4:00pm 02/14/18Two exhibits open in Hamilton
- 4:00pm 02/14/18Library hosts stargazing event
- 4:00pm 02/14/18Register for felting class by Feb. 23
- 4:00pm 02/07/18Clinton hockey history event Feb. 9
- 4:00pm 02/07/18Oneida library offers golf lesson, Valentine’s Day event