The Williamson-Pultneyville Historical Society is set to showcase the rich history of the picturesque lakeside hamlet of Pultneyville with a tour on Sept. 9.
Spanning from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the event will feature seven distinctive homes and four significant landmarks. Attendees will journey through time, delving into the region’s tales, architectural marvels, and cultural legacy. As an added bonus, tour-goers can expect an insightful talk by the town’s historian at the iconic Gates Hall at 9:40 a.m. and 1 p.m., along with church organ performances and exhibits in W-PHS house and Gates Hall.
For an optimal experience, visitors are encouraged to dress comfortably and be prepared for walking, though driving might be necessary for some locations. The tour is tailored for adults and youngsters above 14, and it’s important to note that many of the homes aren’t designed for handicapped access. Those keen on attending are advised to purchase their $25 tickets in advance, given the limited slots. On the day, tickets will be available at the W-PHS for $30, payable through various means. Gates Hall, located at 4107 Lake Road, will be the starting point for all, where attendees will receive their essential tour booklet and wristband. The venue opens its doors at 9:15 a.m. and remains the only pick-up spot for these items.
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