The Equinunk Historical Society is sponsoring a long-awaited program on the beautiful stained glass windows at the Equinunk United Methodist Church. The program will take place at the church on Lordville Rd. on Saturday, Sept. 17, at 1 p.m. Pastor Steve Knutsen, a retired minister who volunteers for services at the church, will conduct the program. The windows were constructed for the church in 1896 by the Edward Colgate Ornamental Glassworks of New York City and were featured in an early book on their story.
Plan a visit to the Society's Calder House Museum and Gift Shop. Doors open at noon. The Gift Shop is well-stocked with both vintage and contemporary items, many of which are locally crafted and produced. More information will follow on EHS's Sept. 24th program on the creation of designs in Bluestone and Hardwood, and on the year's final program, October 1st and 2nd, at the water-powered Joel Hill Sawmill, which dates back to the time of the Civil War. The Sawmill is located in Equinunk. Reservations are required for Sawmill programs. Call 570-224-6722 and leave a message. Your call will be returned.