THE HAMMOND MUSEUM
The Hammond Museum
HAMMOND HISTORICAL MUSEUM
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1A North Main Street (NY State Highway 37)
Hammond, New York 13646
(315) 324-
6628

Hours: Summer:  June 21 - Sept. 16 Wednesday, 2-6PM Saturday, 10-4 PM
Off-season:  September-June Wednesday, 10A-4 PM

Or by appointment, for more information, call Donna Demick, Hammond Historian, (315) 324-5731
or Patricia Johnston (315) 276-0884

Email:
  donnademick@thehammondmuseum.org (not working, so copy/paste hammondhistorian@gmail.com)

Admission:  Free/ Donations Accepted

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2017 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

**WEDNESDAYS,  June 21 - September 20 - Farmers' Market

JUNE

​     Wed., June 28 - Annual Pig Roast (Pulled Pork) at museum barn. 4 PM - 6 PM

JULY

    Thursday, July 20, 10 AM - 2 PM - Annual Tea Party @ Hammond Village Hall              (Fairy House theme for girls, ages 4-15 & their chaperones. Price is $15/pair. Call Pam at 315-324-5286 for reservations.)

    July 28, 7 PM - Talk on the Hammond Advertiser (our old weekly town newspaper) by Paul Sansoucy

AUGUST

    Friday, August 25, 7 PM - The Lavarnway Brothers with "Memories of the 50's & 60's in the Village of Hammond"

SEPTEMBER

   Sunday, Sept. 17, 1 - 5 PM - Annual Fiddlers' Fling @ the Hammond Fire Hall

OCTOBER

​      Oct. 7 & 8 - New York State Designer Blacksmith Convention & Museum Fall Festival

**2018 will mark the 200th anniversary of Scottish immigrants settling in our town.  Besides doing a stone house tour and some Scottish games and music, we are open to suggestions and volunteers for activities to along with the celebration of our town's rich Scottish heritage.  We'd like to start planning in 2017 in order to make this a truly memorable event.



 

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      Hammond Historical Museum welcomes you to the heart of                             the Thousand Islands

The museum, which holds many artifacts unique to Hammond and its people, preserves the memories and heritage of generations of Hammond residents. Hammond is a rural farming area that borders on the spectacular St. Lawrence River and Black Lake.  We have a rich history of farmers that in many cases are descended from Scottish settlers that came here in 1818.

The Hammond Museum was built in 1998 on land donated by Steve and Donna Demick.  No government grants or loans were needed as volunteer labor and donations built this exceptional museum.

There are many wonderful islands in the Chippewa Bay area of Hammond, including the Cedar Island State Park and Singer Castle on Dark Island. The shoreline from Indian Point to Oak Point is quite beautiful.

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