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
PLEASE NOTE: Due to COVID 19, our hours of operation are by appointment ONLY. 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
2020 Holiday Happenings
2020 has been a year unlike any other we have experienced. We have had to make changes and adjustments to our everyday life. While we are unable to have our annual Light Up Jamesville Open House event this year, we still wanted to give our museum members and members of the Jamesville Community a chance to participate in our annual quilt raffle. This raffle has been going on for several years. The quilts we have raffled off over the years have become family heirlooms. This year's quilt is a beautiful hand sewn, queen size, log cabin design. The colors are perfect for the holiday season.
Museum members have been sent raffle tickets with their November 2020 newsletter.
The ticket prices are:
6 tickets for $5
13 tickets for $10
If you would like more tickets or to participate in our quilt raffle, please contact us at:
Get your tickets soon, as the drawing will take place on December 12, 2020
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.