The Vestal Museum is a department of the Town of Vestal and is an organization dedicated to the preservation and presentation of local arts and history. The Vestal Museum serves as the repository of local artifacts and archives. Public education is accomplished through collection care, exhibits and public and school programs. Museum programs are developed in cooperation with Vestal Historical Society members and community volunteers.
February to Summer 2021
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Saturday October 10th 12pm-4pm
Near to Coal House
Join the Vestal Museum in its annual celebration of the Haudenosaunee people at the 2020 Haudenosaunee Festival on October 10th 2020 from 12PM – 4PM on the Rail Trail.
Featuring traditional and authentic Native artists and community members (lineup TBA); Exhibition of Native artists work on display at the Vestal Museum October through November 2020 (hours TBA). Our theme this year is WAMPUM.
The Haudenosaunee Festival 2020 was made possible with help from Visions Federal Credit Union, Waterman’s Conservation Education Center, the Vestal Historical Society, all featured Indigenous artists & community members (lineup TBA) and the Town of Vestal.
FREE ADMISSION – PLEASE WEAR A MASK WHEN WITHIN 6 FT – SOCIAL DISTANCING RULES APPLY. Thank you for your cooperation.
The Vestal Rail Trail is located on 204 Stage Road, Vestal NY 13850