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Supernatural Saratoga Springs Story Sampler

Bewitched, bothered and bewildered by bumps in the night? And daytime, too? Join Charlie Kuenzel and special guests, including representatives from the History Museum, the

The first chief of police, George W. Blodgett, (center with straw hat and light colored pants) with his police force.

Since 1887: Saratoga’s Police Department

By 1887, Saratoga Springs had grown to a point where a police department was needed to ensure law and order.  An act of the State

Congress Park Walking Tour

What:  History, Legends, Lore & More Where: Departing from the Visitor Center @ 297 Broadway When: 10:30am – 12:00pm daily from July 7th – September

SARATOGA TRUNK TOUR DATES

SARATOGA TRUNK TOUR DATES

The Saratoga Trunk Tour – a Saratoga love story!  Based on the novel by Edna Ferber Follow your guide Kathy Totten as she takes you

June 12 Brown Bag Lunch Lecture

The backbone of the racing industry is the community of workers who work within the backstretch of thoroughbred racetracks: its trainers, assistant trainers, grooms, hot

Patterson Spring photo courtesy of the Saratoga Springs History Museum

Down in the Valley: Exploring the Gut

Saratoga Springs was made up of many ethnic districts. One of the most interesting is known as “The Gut” or “The Valley”, an area east

Photo courtesy of the Saratoga Springs History Museum

March 13th Brown Bag Lunch Lecture

Join librarian Dan Hubs and Irish fiddler Frank Orsini for a biographical survey of the life of John Morrissey. Born in poverty in Ireland, Morrissey

Postcard courtesy of the Saratoga Room, Saratoga Springs Public Library

Brown Bag Lunch Lecture Series: Piping Rock Arson

On the night of August 16, 1954, the infamous Piping Rock Casino burned to the ground in a “mysterious” arson still baffling to this day–but

June 13th Brown Bag Lunch Lecture, “Armchair Tour of Saratoga Trunk”

On June 13th, the final installment of the 2013 Spring Series of the Brown Bag Lunch Program will focus on the popular novel, hit movie,

Brown Bag Lunch

Dunson, War Horse Program, & Gettysburg with Doubleday Mr. Post wrote the book, “Soldiers of Saratoga County: From Concord to Kabul” (2010, The History Press),