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Our Mission Statement:
The St. Lawrence Power & Equipment Museum preserves and teaches the history of how people of the North Country of New York lived and how earlier technologies and events helped shape their lives. History comes alive through demonstrations, interpretive displays, living history and collections among historical and exhibit buildings. Smaller historical organizations have an opportunity to create their own programs and facilities. The Museum supports the region’s tourism. It is directed and operated almost entirely by volunteers.
The Museum had its most challenging yet successful year in 2021. Activities were made possible by a lull in the COVID episode and by following rules for gatherings. Masks were worn as needed, personal separation maintained, hands washed. and temperatures taken. In addition to our regular open days, the annual Spring and Fall Shows, and Pumpkin Patch Party, the Museum hosted the County Chamber of Commerce’s second Crafts, Food, and Wine Festival and a great Civil War Weekend in cooperation with the County Historical Association. The Museum also began construction of a Print Shop, and the relocation of the Nevin Memorial Church from Lisbon. Work continues at the Log Cabin and Wood Shop.
The Museum is a 501(c)(3) education corporation provisionally chartered by the Regents of the University of the State of New York. It is operated by an all-volunteer organization. Even with its remarkable volunteers, more will be needed this year. Anyone with an interest in history, preservation of the region’s past, and having great fun will be welcome.
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Looking for something fun and different to try! During our Spring Show, June 11-12, 2022 we will be hosting a Women’s Skillet Toss Competition! You read that right, a SKILLET toss! Skillet will be a 9” – 8 lbs. cast iron – best of two throws for distance. Number of inches off from center line
Moving the Nevin Memorial Church from the Town of Lisbon to the Museum’s Village Green is taking place in two phases, relocation and restoration. Phase one is nearly complete but was full of surprises. Work began by removing the pews, wall hangings, and other furniture. Then the carpet, the new floor, and what remained of