At the Janet Bpwers Museum and the One Room Acool House.
Paiting by Scott Yurko
To celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Maple Glen Farm , Stephen Walter has put together a wonderful history of his family and the farm located on Route 26 in the Town of Maine.
Our Museum and One Room Schoolhouse are open
from 1 - 4 pm on Sundays. The Mill is closed for repairs.
Presented by Philip Childs. Learn about the fascinating history and people who settled and traveled this stretch of road from West Corners to the Hamlet of Maine, NY.
Please enjoy this wonderful presentation by local historian, artist, author Lucas Kaczynski as he describes his new book.
Join the NANTICOKE VALLEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF MAINE, NY,
and you WILL make a difference!
The NVHS has been an active part of the community since 1969.
Your membership will provide critical support for preserving buildings and collections, organizing exhibitions, and presenting a variety of educational programs for children and adults. Please join with other generous individuals, businesses, and foundations to help us continue to tell the stories of our community's fascinating history.
The Nanticoke Valley Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that was founded to preserve the history of the Nanticoke Valley located in Broome County, New York. Our buildings include the Janet W. Bowers Museum, Schoolhouse No. 4, Pitcher's Mill, and the Norton Carriage Barns
Mission Statement: The Society is to conduct, operate and maintain a historical society, exclusively for educational purposes. In keeping with the statement of purpose in the charter of the organization the Society will encourage preservation and knowledge of the past.