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1A North Main Street (NY State Highway 37)
Hammond, New York 13646
(315) 324-

Hours: Summer:  July & August Wednesday, 2-6PM Saturday, 10-4 PM
Off-season:  September-June Wednesday, 2-4 PM Saturday, 10-1 PM

Or by appointment, for more information, call Donna Demick, Hammond Historian, (315) 324-5731
or Patricia Johnston (315) 276-0884


Admission:  Free/ Donations Accepted

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Sat., June 11, 1-3 PM       Square Dance Lesson (callers - Ron Roy & Dick Watson)


Fri., July 1, 7 PM             30 Years in the Military (powerpoint presentation by Curtis Thieverge) 

Wed., July 6, 2-6 PM      Summer Opening with blacksmithing, old time kids' games & more                                         3-6 PM      Farmers' Market                                                                                                                                4-6 PM      Pig Roast with Goodbye Earl

Sat., July 9, 8 AM-4 PM   Yard Sale (with antiques & furniture  various items)

Wed., July 13, 6 PM              Sweet Adelines (Acapella North Chorus) 

Sat., July 16, 3 PM                Square Dance Lesson (& get ready to dance in the Field Day Parade!)

Wed., July 20 6 PM               Pastor Dave (Gospel Singing)

Wed., July 27 2 PM               FunFacts with Furs (children's hands-on program with wildlife educators from Wellesley                                                        Island Nature Center)


Every Sat in Aug. 10 AM      Growin' Up  with  Grandpa (children's programs on local Main St. History)

Wed., Aug. 3, 3 PM                Local Talent Show (Call 324 5731 to enter)

Wed., Aug,.10 3 PM               Adirondack Raptors (" Birds of Prey program")

Wed., Aug. 17, 4 PM              Line Dancing with Ellen 

Fri., Aug. 19. 10-2 PM           Annual Tea Party ( Call 324-5286 or Facebook Hammond NY Museum for details)

Wed., Aug. 24, 3 PM              Skirts and Flirts ( joins with the Hammond Hoedowners for square dancing)

Wed., Aug.31,  6 PM             .Lighthouse Band ( Christian Band)

Sun. Sept. 25, 1-5 PM     .......Fiddlers Fling at Hammond  Fire Hall ($4/person)

All summer events will be held rain or shine.  Please bring a lawn chair or blanket.
Pass-the-bucket will be done to help pay for performers and museum upkeep.

Farmers’ Market will run every Wednesday, 3:00-6:00 PM, July through September


The R.T. Elethorp Historical Society welcomes you to the Hammond Museum in the heart of the Thousand Islands

The museum, which holds many artifacts unique to Hammond and its people, preserves the memories and heritage of generations of Hammond residents. Hammond is a rural farming area that borders on the spectacular St. Lawrence River and Black Lake.  We have a rich history of farmers that in many cases are descended from Scottish settlers that came here in 1818.

The Hammond Museum was built in 1998 on land donated by Steve and Donna Demick.  No government grants or loans were needed as volunteer labor and donations built this exceptional museum.

There are many wonderful islands in the Chippewa Bay area of Hammond, including the Cedar Island State Park and Singer Castle on Dark Island. The shoreline from Indian Point to Oak Point is quite beautiful.

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