Warren County Historical Society Presents …

The Digital Version “REWIND”

September 15, 2019




Warren County Historical Opens A Museum –

With A Bang


Our home at 50 Gurney Lane


The Warren County Historical Society was the destination for about 200 people on Thursday, September 12, 2019.  It was the formal opening of the museum at 50 Gurney Lane in Queensbury.

From 5 pm  – 8 pm the crowds gathered to observe the ribbon cutting sponsored by the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce for the new museum and walked around crowded exhibit space to view the new permanent exhibit,  WARREN COUNTY 360°:  CELEBRATING PLACE AND PEOPLE.

In addition to the ribbon cutting, the attendees were treated to delicious food supplied by Oscar’s of Warrensburg, Beans Country Store at The Oneida, and the Bullpen in downtown Glens Falls.  Wine, flavored water, and desserts provided by WCHS Board members rounded out the fare.

We thank everyone who helped make it a night to remember.  More photos appear on our Facebook page.


A favorite spot was on the porch where wine was served

Chamber President Michael Bittel offer his congratulations

Cutting the ribbon sponsored by the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce

The crowds gather

SRO – Standing Room Only

An exhibit on the postal history of Warren County was up in the temporary gallery

Getting a closer look







The calm before the storm





Warren County Historical Society // 50 Gurney Lane // Queensbury, NY 12804 // (518) 743-0734


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