Centennial Lecture Series

  • Thursday, March 8, 2018, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Thursday, April 12, 2018, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Our first Lecture Presentation will be 

Coyote Control

We are part-time hunters hunting the full-time hunter

Thursday, March 8  6:00-8:00 p.m.
at the Dormann Library, 101 West Morris St. Bath, NY

Join us for some information from the Coyote Woman

Presented by Sheri Baity of Crows Nest Calls
and author of Coyote Hunting Farm Style

Sheri worked for Lohman and Mad Game Calls now owned by Flambeau Outdoors, and has traveled to Bass Pro, Cabela's and Gander Mountain stores demonstrating game calls and presenting coyote hunting seminars. She is passionate about hunting coyotes and wants to pass on the knowledge she has accumulated. Sheri has taken well over 100 Pennsylvania coyotes and hunted coyotes in PA, MT, NY, TX, AZ, WV and VA.

Come on it, sit a spell, grab your coffee and let's talk predators!

Our second Lecture Presentation will be

From Wheat to Grapes:

The Steuben Farming Story

Thursday, April 12  6:00-8:00 p.m.

at the Glenn H Curtiss Museum, 8419 St. Rt. 54, Hammondsport, NY

Presented by Kirk House, Director of the Steuben County Historical Society

Farming in Steuben goes back centuries before the Europeans arrived. Early producers:

  • Harvested timber and floated it downstream.
  • Raised cattle
  • Grew wheat, and shipped grain to Naples for milling.

Once railroads arrived, dairying thrived. Cooperative creameries and cheeseries dotted the county.

Learn how big events such as war, Prohibition and the 1950’s shift from family farms to commercial scale farms affected the local agricultural landscape.

All of these lectures are free, but please call and reserve your seat at 607-664-2300


Carla Dawejko
Public Affairs Coordinator
(607) 583-3224