Chatfield Museum Grand Opening
The Town of Greenfield Historical Society is pleased to announce the grand opening of the Chatfield Museum of Greenfield History. Members and volunteers of the Town of Greenfield Historical Society have been working for the past few years to pull together a collection of artifacts and items that reflect the history of our great town.
Museum Hours are Fridays 4-6pm and Saturdays 1-3pm.
Please watch the following video to learn more about the museum and its contents:
Town of Greenfield, NY
Located in beautiful Saratoga County, NY, The Town of Greenfield is a rural community located approximately 5 miles north of Saratoga Springs in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains. It was formed in 1793 and has grown to a population of approximately 7,400.
The Town of Greenfield Historical Society began on July 26th, 1983 when a group of townspeople met at the request of Olive Dake, the widow of Charles V. Dake. She challenged a group of town residents to start a society that would preserve and promote local history. She promised a to donate money if they could accomplish this, and she had a list of townspeople that she wanted as charter members. These included Paul Robinson, Ralph Ellsworth, Windsor Cote and Al Champagne. They met Olive's challenge and at the first meeting, led by Paul Robinson, they discussed wording for a Constitution, by-laws and applying for a State Charter.. (A temporary charter was granted on January 20, 1987 and an Absolute Charter was granted December 14th, 2010.) As promised. Olive Dake donated the money to get the organization up and running.
Monthly meetings continue, each with a speaker or presenter or some activity celebrating and exploring the history of our area. See the events calendar for upcoming events.
Please join us anytime - All are welcome!
Summer 2015 Programs
Starting Jun 12, 2015 4-7pm
Greenfield Farmers Market
Middle Grove Town Park
June 20 1-3pm
IOOF Museum Open House
Announcing the opening of
The Chatfield Museum of Local History
Caboose Open House Day
Historical Society Fundraiser Gala