Monday, March 08, 2010

North Orange History

NORTH ORANGE -- An exhibit of North Orange History, Part II, will be held at the Moore-Leland Library on Sunday, March 14, from 1 to 3 p.m.
Long time North Orange and Tully residents will share pictures, objects and other mementos as well as conversation about the history of the village. Among the objects on display will be wooden butter churns, a belt loom and medicine bottles.
The event takes place exactly 10 years after newly hired Moore-Leland Librarian Dianne Salcedo organized a similar event with help from retired Moore-Leland Librarian Myrtha Gale, and coincides with Orange's bicentennial celebration.
Maggie Rouleau, Glenn Johnson, True B. Rice and Janice Denno Nicoliello, who helped organize the event, are native-born North Orange residents. They will all be present to answer questions and share memories.
The exhibit will be followed by another event in the village. The Dana Vespers will perform a concert at the Community Church of North Orange and Tully at 3 p.m.

No comments: