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Ogdensburg History Coffee Hour

Ogdensburg History Coffee Hour is a free public program for adults that will take place on December 8, 2018 at 10 a.m. at the Ogdensburg Public Library to share stories about growing up or working in Ogdensburg or bring an object for show and tell.  Local photographer and Elizabeth Baxter Award winner Betty Steele will be joining participants to share iconic photographs of Ogdensburg and Julie Madlin, City Historian, will share information about the new stops on the “Strolling Down State Street Tour”.   

This program is part three of a series called Ogdensburg History Coffee Hour which focuses on  a people’s history of Ogdensburg, New York. Created by the city historian, this program connects local authors and historians with citizens.

Ogdensburg History Coffee Hour is made possible through the generosity of the Friends of the Ogdensburg Public Library, and the Northern New York Community Foundation.

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