Events in 2019
The Museum will offer several different history presentations and tours from June to October. They are offered FREE to Museum members. Non-member fees: History presentations: $5.00 Hudson River Historic Walking Tour: $10.00. All programs on June 15 and 16 are offered FREE to Corinth High School alumni.
Historian and Museum Executive Director Stephen Cernek will offer a series of program on the history of the Hudson River Mill and the role that of the Hudson in Corinth’s history. All presentations will be offered at the future Hudson River Mill Museum at 17 Pine Street in Corinth, New York. Please note that the building is not currently wheelchair accessible and there are no operating bathrooms.
Saturday, June 15@ 3:00 PM Corinth: The Birthplace of the Modern Paper Industry, 1869-1898
Sunday, June 16 @ 1:00 PM Labor Unrest in Corinth: The 1910 and 1921 Paper Strikes
Thursday, July 11 @ 6:00 PM A River Runs Through It: Corinth’s History on the Hudson River
Thursday, August 8 @ 6:00 PM Loggers, Artists and Papermakers on the Hudson River
Thursday, August 22 @ 6:00 PM 200 Years of Commerce on the Hudson River at Corinth
Saturday, September 21 @ 6:00 PM Shut Down: The Final Day at the Hudson River Mill
Saturday, October 12 @ 1:00 PM George Holland’s Corinth: Photographs 1955-1963
Historic Hudson River Tour
The tour begins at the Corinth Free Library at 89 Main Street in Corinth, New York. The route is wheelchair accessible and each of three stops on the tour can be accessed by car or bicycle.
This one-hour, 0.8 mile walking tour will follow the historic Hudson River Walkway from the Corinth Free Library to Pagenstecher Park. Historian and Museum Executive Director Stephen will discuss the interpretive history panels that have been installed along the walkway by the Village of Corinth which describe 250-years of economic development and cultural reflection of the one-mile section of the Hudson River that flows through Corinth village.