Founded in 1993, the Middleburgh Historical Society works to preserve the unique heritage of Middleburgh and the Schoharie Valley, NY. We aim to encourage a greater knowledge of the history, culture, and folklore of the area.
Meetings & Programs
The Middleburgh Historical Society meets the fourth Tuesday of each month at 7pm, at the Middleburgh Library on Main St Middleburgh. Programs are held throughout the year. We feature guest speakers who offer insights on the history of our community and the surrounding area.
All meetings are open to the public and free of charge.Upcoming Programs:
After Hours Tour of Lansing Manor
Meeting and tour of NYPA Visitors Center, followed by an after hours guided tour of the historic Lansing Manor
October 18th 2022 5:00pm
NY Power Authority Blenheim-Gilboa Visitors Center
1378 NY-30 North BlenheimLike our Facebook page for more event updates
Become a Member
Membership in the Middleburgh Historical Society helps us continue our mission to preserve and share the history of Middleburgh and Schoharie County. Members enjoy exclusive benefits, discounts, and invitations.Contact us to join today!
Individual $10 per year - Family $15 per year
Lifetime $150 one-time
The Middleburgh Historical Society is proud to present The Makerie - a beautiful boutique on Main St. Middleburgh, NY featuring local, handmade artisan pieces.Proceeds from The Makerie go toward our major goal of purchasing a building to house the Historical Society collections.Visit the Makerie at 310 Main St Middleburgh NY
Open Thursday - Saturday 10am - 4pm
Officers & Trustees
Current officers and trustees of the Middleburgh Historical Society are listed below. Meeting minutes are available upon request.Click here for the Middleburgh Historical Society Bylaws
|Rusty Wissert||President, Trustee|
|Danielle Berger||Vice President, Trustee|
|Ellen Thorn||Secretary, Trustee|
|Joan Wissert||Treasurer, Trustee|
|Charley Spickerman||Historian, Trustee|
|Steve Lamont||Historian, Trustee|
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