The Richardson Bates House Museum Holiday Open House is Sunday December 1 from 1:00 to 5:00. Free Admission. Tour the lavish mansion decorated with wreaths, poinsettias and a tree with toys from the Victorian period around its base.
Don Gillespie’s 16 by 20 inch painting shows one of the state’s first bicycle races in action led by the famous “one armed rider” Dave Horton, in front of the historical Richardson-Bates House circa 1895.
Bus tour to Historic Auburn NY with stops at the Seward House Museum and the Harriet Tubman National Historic Park, and lunch is included at Parker’s Grille, a downtown pub.
Victorian Christmas at the Richardson Bates House Museum
Justin White, Oswego County Historian, will give a lecture on notable Oswego Architects.
Location: Community Room at the Oswego City Library
It will begin on the NW corner of West Fifth and Bridge streets in front of the Beacon Hotel. Franklin Square, often called by locals as West Park, is the official name of the park located in the center of the west side of the city bordered between West Cayuga and Seneca streets and West […]