• Staying Engaged with the Post-Ecliptic Sky

    Staying Engaged with the Post-Ecliptic Sky

    Date & Time: April 18, 2024 12:00pm
    Location: County Gallery at SLCHA or Email carlene@slcha.org for Zoom Link

    Presented by Aileen O’Donohue. Download the flyer here.

    $5 Suggested Donation ~ Members Free!

    This is a hybrid program. If you plan to attend online, please contact carlene@slcha.org to receive the Zoom link.

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  • Making Waves

    Making Waves

    Paddling the Arctic’s Northwest Passage

    Date & Time: May 2, 2024 12:00pm
    Location: County Gallery at SLCHA or Email Carlene@slcha.org for Zoom Link

    Presented by Aileen O’Donohue. Download the flyer here.

    $5 suggested donation ~ members free!

    This is a hybrid program. To attend online, please contact carlene@slcha.org to receive the Zoom link.

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  • SLCHA in Review

    A short recap of 2023 and plans for 2024 from SLCHA.
  • Invitation to Bid

    Window Restoration Project

    The St. Lawrence County Historical Association (SLCHA) is seeking bids for our 2024 window restoration project.

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  • We’re Hiring!

    Are you passionate about fostering community engagement, building meaningful relationships, or connecting others with history? A creative, organized, and flexible individual? If so, we’re seeking an Engagement and Advancement Coordinator to join our dynamic team!

    Learn More and Apply Here!

  • SLCHA’s YouTube Page

    Missed a program? Check out our YouTube page to view all recordings from our past Brown Bag talks.

    Click here to access YouTube.


To explore more about occupied Indigenous land, visit: https://native-land.ca.

The St. Lawrence County Historical Association occupies the traditional lands of the Haudenosaunee (the People of the Longhouse)/Iroquois Confederacy including, Kanienʼkehá꞉ka “the People of the Flint”/Mohawk, Onyota’a:ka “the People of the Upright Stone”/Oneida, Onondagaono “the Hill Place People”/Onondaga, Gayogo̱hó꞉nǫʼ “the People of the Great Swamp”/Cayuga, Onongawaga “the People of the Great Hill”/Seneca, and Skarureh “the People of the Hemp”/Tuscarora who have stewarded this land through generations. This acknowledgment is not enough to honor the people and the land, but we hope that it raises awareness about suppressed Indigenous histories and promotes the visibility of Indigenous peoples.