Museum open part-time and by appointment for the 2021 season.
Visit the Museum page for more information.

Past Programs/Events

Date Time Description
November 16 4:00pm–
6:00pm
The League of Women Voters of the North Country invites interested members of the North Country Underground Railroad Historical Association to participate in a Reading & Discussion Group: James Baldwin's America through a grant from Humanities NYS. The group will meet on five consecutive Tuesday afternoons beginning October 19 and ending November 16.
Meetings will be held upstairs at the Clinton County Historical Association, 98 Ohio Avenue, Plattsburgh.
The group facilitator is Susan Kelley. Please contact Susan by email or phone to register for the five-week reading & discussion group: skelleysnow8@live.com or 518-563-7675. Attendance is limited, and participants must be vaccinated and wear masks. Books will be provided!
November 13 4:00pm You are invited to the 16th Annual Meeting of the North Country Underground Railroad Historical Association November 13 on Zoom. The Zoom Call-In Number is 646-558-8656.
Due to the continued spread of COVID, we will meet virtually. We will update you on what has occurred this year and show the film, "Without a Whisper," which uncovers the hidden history of the profound influence Indigenous women had on the beginnings of the women's rights movement in the United States.
Active members will receive a letter that will contain a ballot with board trustees up for a vote and their bios. A self-addressed, stamped envelope will be included. Ballots must be returned by December 1.
See flyer for more information.
November 9 4:00pm–
6:00pm
The League of Women Voters of the North Country invites interested members of the North Country Underground Railroad Historical Association to participate in a Reading & Discussion Group: James Baldwin's America through a grant from Humanities NYS. The group will meet on five consecutive Tuesday afternoons beginning October 19 and ending November 16.
Meetings will be held upstairs at the Clinton County Historical Association, 98 Ohio Avenue, Plattsburgh.
The group facilitator is Susan Kelley. Please contact Susan by email or phone to register for the five-week reading & discussion group: skelleysnow8@live.com or 518-563-7675. Attendance is limited, and participants must be vaccinated and wear masks. Books will be provided!
November 2 4:00pm–
6:00pm
The League of Women Voters of the North Country invites interested members of the North Country Underground Railroad Historical Association to participate in a Reading & Discussion Group: James Baldwin's America through a grant from Humanities NYS. The group will meet on five consecutive Tuesday afternoons beginning October 19 and ending November 16.
Meetings will be held upstairs at the Clinton County Historical Association, 98 Ohio Avenue, Plattsburgh.
The group facilitator is Susan Kelley. Please contact Susan by email or phone to register for the five-week reading & discussion group: skelleysnow8@live.com or 518-563-7675. Attendance is limited, and participants must be vaccinated and wear masks. Books will be provided!
October 26 4:00pm–
6:00pm
The League of Women Voters of the North Country invites interested members of the North Country Underground Railroad Historical Association to participate in a Reading & Discussion Group: James Baldwin's America through a grant from Humanities NYS. The group will meet on five consecutive Tuesday afternoons beginning October 19 and ending November 16.
Meetings will be held upstairs at the Clinton County Historical Association, 98 Ohio Avenue, Plattsburgh.
The group facilitator is Susan Kelley. Please contact Susan by email or phone to register for the five-week reading & discussion group: skelleysnow8@live.com or 518-563-7675. Attendance is limited, and participants must be vaccinated and wear masks. Books will be provided!
October 19 4:00pm–
6:00pm
The League of Women Voters of the North Country invites interested members of the North Country Underground Railroad Historical Association to participate in a Reading & Discussion Group: James Baldwin's America through a grant from Humanities NYS. The group will meet on five consecutive Tuesday afternoons beginning October 19 and ending November 16.
Meetings will be held upstairs at the Clinton County Historical Association, 98 Ohio Avenue, Plattsburgh.
The group facilitator is Susan Kelley. Please contact Susan by email or phone to register for the five-week reading & discussion group: skelleysnow8@live.com or 518-563-7675. Attendance is limited, and participants must be vaccinated and wear masks. Books will be provided!
October 17 2:00pm St. Lawrence County Historical Association Civil War Round Table: "The 'Train Man'" by Kenny Friedel. Civil War railroad activities in the North Country and beyond.
Virtual via Zoom.
RSVP by October 15, 2021 at 6:00 pm: email events@slcha.org to request Zoom link.
See flyer for more information.
September 19 2:00pm St. Lawrence County Historical Association Civil War Round Table 2021: "Why the Navy in the Civil War?" by Ron Day. Learn about life in the navy, training to get there, assignments, ship board life, and various jobs. Ron will also compare the civil war period with his life in the navy.
SLCHA, 3 East Main Street, Canton, New York (20 seats available, mask required); also virtual via Zoom.
RSVP by September 17, 2021 at 4:00 pm: email events@slcha.org with attendance choice.
See flyer for more information.
September 18 2:00pm–
4:00pm
Tenth Anniversary Celebration of The North Star Underground Railroad Museum. Speakers, entertainment, refreshments. Free and open to the public.
1131 Mace Chasm Road, Ausable Chasm, New York
Wearing a mask in the event tent is strongly encouraged, and is required inside the museum. Free masks are available for your convenience.
September 15 7:00pm Chris Sabick will discuss the history of Schuyler Island and the underwater archeological research that has taken place around the island with particular focus on the role that the island played in the American Revolution and the Battle of Valcour Island.
Keeseville Fire Department, 8 Pleasant Street, Keeseville, New York.
Sponsored by the Anderson Falls Heritage Society. See flyer for more information.