Events 2017

Walking Tour of Mill Hollow.  SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 10:30 to 2:00pm  The newly restored millstone (by Nicky Coschignano of Mind Over Metal) which is mounted on our beautiful new patio (thanks to David Posa who is earning his Eagle Scout Award) came from an old mill along the Titicus River near Keeler Lane, thanks to the generosity of Jackie and Peter Kamenstein. Learn more about this area with our self-guided walking tour of Mill Hollow.  Trustees will be posted along the route to guide you and answer questions.  Our hike begins at the society headquarters, the White Elephant, 81 Keeler Lane.  Journey across fields, through woods and down along the Titicus River to “imagine” the hustle and bustle of 150 years ago.  Thank you for pre-registering.  For those who purchased lunch, your box lunch from Hayfields Market is at the White Elephant.  NO pets!  We will be on private property for most of the adventure.  Your release form is also at the White Elephant.  We ask that you arrive no later than Noon to do the hike.  Most folks have indicated that they will come between 10:30 and 11:00 and return to the White Elephant to picnic lunch on our grounds.  We will have set ups there.



School Yearbook Collection:  Between the school, library, town historian and a few private collections we have managed to assemble a copy of every school yearbook, see link below.
Purdys Central High:  
Please visit their website compliments of Pier "Peter" V. Guidi, Class of '62:
www.purdyscentralhigh.com
It is chock-ful of wonderful memorabilia on the classes that attended Purdys Central High.  On that site you will see their film, One More Day - North Salem Remembers, by Bob Field, writer and editor, Class of ‘63.  Bob interviewed many graduates and did filming recently in town.  




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