Time and the Valleys Museum

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The Time and the Valleys Museum, located in Grahamsville, Sullivan County, NY is a living and interactive resource that connects water, people and the Catskills. The Museum has three floors of interactive exhibitions, a research center and Museum Shop. Groups, camps and schools are always welcome - Guided tours are conducted for groups of 15 to 100 people throughout the year.

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Apr. 15, 2018
Square dancing with music by Country Travellors, 1930 themed food, Pie Auction with Barry Lewis and more! A fund raiser to support the Lost Catskill Farm. Go on line or call 845 985-7700 to get tickets.        
Feb. 7, 2018
Ryan Trapani, Director of Forest Services for the Catskill Forest Association, will discuss the impacts of the hemlock bark tanning industry on Catskill communities and forests. He will also describe how he uses hemlock bark today to convert   deerskins... Read more
Feb. 7, 2018
Cross stitch is one of the oldest needle arts and still very popular today. Join Penny Coombe and friends to learn some of the history of cross stitch, view examples and try your hand at a small project. Age eight and up are welcome - no experience is... Read more
Feb. 7, 2018
Wes and Barbara Gottlock, authors of  Lost Towns of the Hudson Valley will speak about the lost towns of the Ashokan Reservoir, brick making in the town of Roseton near Newburgh and Camp Shanks/Shanks Village in Rockland County. Light refreshments are... Read more
Feb. 7, 2018
Come and see our waterwheel supplying water to the milk house and running early equipment! Learn how water has been used by farmers over time and how it is safeguarded today. Light refreshments are included.  
Feb. 7, 2018
Photos, records, stories and artifacts from the Town of Neversink. Includes a special program and speaker. Come and share your Neversink history!    
Feb. 7, 2018
The Kurpil Family Fiddlers will perform their toe tapping fiddle music while intermingling local   fiddle music history, song history and the origins of fiddling. Includes an exhibit of fiddle photos and memorabilia. Light refreshments are included.   
Feb. 7, 2018
Talk by Jeffrey Otto, President of the O&W Railway Historical Society covering the O&W from Young's Gap (just north of Liberty) to Cadosia, concentrating on the many bridges in that section, plus the industries served by the railroad. Attendees... Read more
Feb. 7, 2018
View our rich collections from Claryville and Town of Denning that brings life to the history of the Upper Neversink and Upper Rondout valleys. Includes a special program and speaker. We welcome the sharing of any items relating to the Claryville or... Read more
Feb. 7, 2018
Henry “Bucky” Green, Town of Wawarsing Historian and member of the museum advisory board of the Ellenville Public Library & Museum will speak on his “Images of America” book on Ellenville. Books will be available for sale and light refreshments are... Read more
Feb. 7, 2018
Interested in helping at the Museum, but want to know more? Join us for an information session and tour of the Museum to learn how you can help and all the benefits of volunteering. Light refreshments are included.    
Feb. 7, 2018
Join Son of a Bee from Grahamsville to learn about bee keeping, honey and the benefits of adding honey to your diet. Light refreshments are included.  
Feb. 7, 2018
A discussion about the operation, protection and maintenance of New York City’s water supply - the largest municipal drinking water supply in the U.S. by DEP Director of Public Affairs, Adam Bosch. He will also share information and photos from the... Read more
Feb. 7, 2018
Herbs have been with us forever - from their mention in Genesis, through the centuries to today, where they are distilled and sold on the internet daily. The reason is clear, they are good for our health and tasty too!  Spend a winter afternoon with... Read more
Feb. 7, 2018
A power point presentation by local historian Tom Riley which traces the history of the American Eagle and other raptors from their near extinction in the 1960s as a result of the effects of DDT and other chemicals, to today, when eagles can be found in... Read more
Mar. 7, 2017
Join us for a special program commemorating the 100th anniversary of women getting the right to vote in New York State, including an exhibit on prominent local women. Refreshments are included.
Mar. 7, 2017
The story of the Catskill resorts from 1823 to 1974. Originally a slide presentation by Manville Wakefield, the program includes an introduction by Trustee Emeritus Barbara Purcell. Refreshments are included.
Mar. 7, 2017
Zeke Boyle of Beechwoods Barns restored the local 1870s Huff Barn on the Museum’s Lost Catskill Farm with help from Robert V. Curry. Hear their amazing story which will include how the barn was dismantled by volunteers including Trustee David Forshay... Read more
Mar. 7, 2017
The story of the Lenape is a historical reenactment by Tom Riley who plays the part of a Lenape warrior. Painted for war, he will recount the origins of the Lenape and trace their history from the earliest times, through the colonial period into the... Read more
Mar. 7, 2017
Photos, records, stories and artifacts from the Town of Neversink, including a special display on old Neversink. Presentation at 2 p.m.: “Friends, Family and Fun at the Farm: What Neversink Meant to My Dad” about life in 1930s Neversink, by Charles... Read more

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