Welcome to the official site for the Jamesville Community Museum! Here, you will find information on upcoming events, news, archives, and more. If you have any questions, concerns or are interested in becoming a member, please refer to the contact tab above.
Jamesville Community Museum, Onondoga County
6492 East Seneca Turnpike
Jamesville, NY 13078
Sundays 1pm-4pm, April thru December, excluding holidays.
Or anytime by appointment. Call Greg Titus at 315-469-6681.
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*Museum Picture Credit: Kathy Hastings, Jamesville Resident & Local Business Owner of Sweet Salvage
Jamesville Community Museum Events
2019 Holiday Happenings
AND the winners are...
Our Light Up Jamesville Open House was a HUGE success. Thank you to all that not only purchased raffle tickets, but also to those that came out and joined us during our event. Our visitors enjoyed some candy from Mrs. Santa and were able to do some arts and crafts with their kids. It also gave our visitors a chance to catch up with their neighbors from around the Jamesville area while listening to our barbershop quartet sing. It was a wonderful night for all! Our raffle was held at 6:30pm. This year's winners include:
First Place: Hand Sewn Quilt (A log cabin design that is hand sewn from Munnsville, NY)- Louise Stoner
Second, Third, & Fourth Place: Your choice of one published museum book- Pamela Breck, James Cosbey, & Doreen Bishop
CONGRATULATIONS to you all!!
*Pictured above is this year's quilt that was raffled off
4th Annual Armed Forces Appreciation Day
We held our 4th Annual Armed Forces Appreciation Day on 25 May 2019. Thanks to the wonderful Jamesville Community, it was a huge success! Thank you to all that joined us. Below is just a sample of what our day looked like.
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Alpha Monument Rededication
On Saturday, 13 October 2018 the Jamesville Community Museum, along with Jack and Haberle Conlon, held a rededication ceremony for a monument that was recently resurrected from the Alpha Cement Plant, as part of Haberle's Eagle Scout project. While it was a rainy Saturday afternoon, that didn't stop the community, boy scouts and former Alpha employees from showing up for the historic ceremony.
A note from Jack Conlon:
My son and I want to thank all who braved the rain to attend the Alpha monument rededication at Avery Park. There was a good turnout of scouts and local residents for this occasion. The Jamesville Community museum had a nice reception afterwards with cider and donuts. A few pics here, some very nice items displayed at the museum.