QUINCY SQUARE MUSEUM

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23 East Main Street
Earlville, New York

Quincy Square Museum
Located in the
Village of Earlville.
23 East Main Street
Earlville, NY 13332

QUINCY SQUARE MUSEUM EVENTS

Summer visiting hours:
Saturdays 2-4 PM or by appointment.
Regular meetings:
First Monday of each month, 1 PM.

The Quincy Square Museum Association meets the first Monday of each month, at 1 pm, at the museum, May through October, and at the Earlville Free Library meeting room from November through April. (Note: Should the first Monday of the month be a holiday, the meeting will be rescheduled the following Tuesday or the next week. Contact a museum officer for the rescheduled date.)

The Museum annual meeting is in January, also held at the Library.

Notice of upcoming meetings is published in the Mid York Weekly newspaper.

Our season begins mid-May.  Watch for announcements in the paper or this website.

The Quincy Square Museum Association meets the first Monday of each month, at 1 pm, at the museum, May through October, and at the Earlville Free Library meeting room from November through April. (Note: Should the first Monday of the month be a holiday, the meeting will be rescheduled the following Tuesday or the next week. Contact a museum officer for the rescheduled date.)

The Museum annual meeting is in January, also held at the Library.

Notice of upcoming meetings is published in the Mid York Weekly newspaper.

Our season begins mid-May.  Watch for announcements in the paper or this website.

Historical or Museum Events

From June through October there are occasional Saturday afternoon programs at the museum. Each program is announced in advance so those interested may attend. Don't forget to check our calendar on the home page for upcoming events.

Past Events

During the past several summers, the Quincy Square Museum Association has sponsored various programs about the history of Earlville and the surrounding area. These programs have provided information about such items as the Parsons Low-Down Wagon, School Days, the O&W Railroad, Prehistoric Native American archaeological sites, Eli Perkins/Melville Landon, vintage clothing, the fur trade, covered bridges, antiques, the Civil War, the Underground Railroad, the Chenango Canal, folk art, the Earlville Fire Department, and education in the Earlville area. (The 2003 special program presented on the Parson's "Low-Down" Wagon Works and the life of its owners included a restored wagon at the museum for everyone to view.) The Quincy Square Museum Association has also sponsored tours of various houses in Earlville. For information about future programs, be sure to check the calendar of activities on this website.

Outreach Displays

The Quincy Square Museum has participated at Cottage Lawn, Oneida, NY, home of the Oneida County Historical Society, during its Madison County Rotating Display of Townships and the Madison County Hop Fest .

Please check the HOME page for latest planned events.