ABC's of the American Revolution in Washington County
Tour of historic buildings in the Town of Hebron
History of the Old Belcher Church presented by Dr. Glenn Long
"When This Cruel War is Over" presented by Charles Vavrina, PhD
Hudson River Highway Presentation and Discussion. Presenter: Charlie Duveen
Reenactor Presents First-Person Narrative of Private William Glasier
Thinking about Teaching: A Rural Social Studies Teacher's Path to Strive for Relevance Presenter: Dr. Casey Jakubowski
Hartford Museum and Civil War Enlistment Center Special Program Presenter: Town Historian, Mike Armstrong
Preserving the Best of Hebron, Preparing for Future Challenges Presenters: Michelle Louy & Bill Throop
Hartford Museum and Civil War Enlistment Center Special Program. Presenter: Historian, Mike Armstrong
123rd New York Volunteer Infantry. Presenter Charles Vavrina, PhD.
Thinking about Teaching: A Rural Social Studies Teacher's Path to Strive for Relevance.
Presenter: Dr. Casey Jakubowski
Stewardship through Land Conservation and Community Engagement
Presentation and talk by longtime reenactor Terry Glasier
A History of the Belcher Store. Speaker: Ken Talkington.
Changes in Agriculture. Speaker: Meg Southerland (Gardenworks)
Wool through the Years. Speaker: Diane Baker
Activity: A Tour of Historic Highlights in Hebron
Speaker: John Katz (author)
Activity: Ginny Sword on Basketmaking, including a display of her work.
Ice Harvesting. Speaker: Harold Craig
Activity: Historic House Tour
About Oxen. Speaker: Herbert Trumbley and Philip Ackerman-Leist.
Civil War Surgery. Speaker: Charlie Wright (Civil War Re-enactor)
Using Smokehouses. Speaker: Keith Truesdale
Winters in the mid-18th Century. Speaker: Paul Loding, former president of the Washington County Historical Society.
Hebron Wildlife Through the Ages. Speaker: Bob Henke (Supervisor for Argyle)
Large animal populations and their care in the past and today. Speaker: Dr. John McDermott (Granville Large Animal Veterinary)
The Agricultural Stewardship Association and the process for establishing a conservation. Speakers: John Underwood and Teri Ptacek
From Founders to Farmers: An Archeologist’s View of 19th Century Homes in the Hudson Valley. Speaker: Dr. Eugene J. Boesch (senior archaeologist for historic preservation)
The D&H Railroad, 1823 to 1990. Speaker: Mark Urbaetis.
Slate Roofing. Speaker Eric Braymer.
Early barns of Washington County. Speaker: William Krattinger (program analyst for the National Register of Historic Places).
Presentation on artist Flora Lakes, born in Hebron in 1877 and who has been called the “Grandma Moses of Hebron.” Speaker: Sally Brillon
Presentation: Three-year barn restoration project. Speaker: Ralph Kreuger
Presentation: Friends of the Washington County Grasslands IBA Inc. Speaker: Lori LaFond, Director. (A nonprofit land trust that raises awareness and conserves habitat for
endangered short eared owls and other grassland birds).
Activity and demonstration: Sheep shearing and discussion of cheesemaking. Speaker: Jody Somers
Knife crafting. Speaker: Jordan LaMothe
Hemp farming. Speaker: Iris Rogers
Days of Belcher. Speaker: Marvin Day
Farming Today. Speaker: Meg Southerland
Early Air Warning System During World War II. Speaker: Ralph Krueger
Through Susan’s Eyes, A Presentation about Susan B. Anthony. Speaker: Debi Craig
Hebron Cemeteries. Speakers: Tom Rogers and Charlie Duveen