slideshow Enjoy a slideshow of classic Delaware County eateries and recipes!
slideshow Enjoy a brief history of The Delaware County Fair and a slideshow of Fairs of years past!
slideshow It was an awesome weekend with the 144th Regiment at the Delaware County Historical Association (DCHA)!! Civil War enthusiasts from as far away as North Carolina and Oklahoma gathered to remember the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Honey Hill and Devaux’s Neck. Thanks to all the re-enactors and the staff and volunteers of DCHA for a very entertaining, educational experience!
The Delaware County Historical Association (DCHA) will host its annual “Enchanted Evening at the Historic Gideon Frisbee House” on Saturday, July 19th from 6 to 9pm.
In anticipation of the Delaware County Historical Association’s Civil War Reenactment on July 26 & 27, 2014, learn a little about Delaware County’s own 144th New York Infantry.
The Delaware County Historical Association is offering a one-day bus trip on Thursday, June 12 to the Corning Museum of Glass and Seneca Lake. Make your reservations by May 31, 2014.
Documentary producer Nancy Burnett will present her audio documentary, The Battle for Water: One Big City and Many Little Towns, at the Delaware County Historical Association on Saturday, April 5th at 2 to 3:30 pm.
Visit the Delaware County Historical Association in Delhi on Saturday, March 29 at 2:00pm as the museum sponsors a reading and book signing by crime author and police detective Michael Worden. Worden will read from his new book The Murder of Richard Jennings: The True Story of New York’s First Murder for Hire.
The Delaware County Historical Association is once more accepting nominations for its annual Awards of Merit. Individuals and groups who have made significant contributions to the preservation and presentation of local history, traditions and culture will be presented with awards at DCHA’s Annual Meeting to be held on Sunday, November 4, 2012.
Guitarist and singer Reggie Harris has been touring internationally with his wife Kim Harris for over thirty years, performing music relating to peace, freedom, hope and the social justice movement. Join this intimate discussion and presentation of the words and music from the epoch of slavery through contemporary social action. This program is presented in conjunction with “Four Seasons, Four Years—The Civil War: A Musical Journey” on September 30.