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September 19, 2018

Oswego County’s Past Makes a Great Holiday Present


OSWEGO – The Holiday History Shop returns to Oswego to help you with gift-giving ideas.

The shop features souvenirs and memorabilia from museums and historical societies from around the county.

This one-stop shopping runs from noon to 8 p.m. on November 29 and 30 and December 1, 6, 7, and 8 in the former King Arthur’s Restaurant at 7 W. Bridge St.

The Holiday History Shop is open November 29 and 30 and December 1, 6, 7, and 8 in the former King Arthur’s Restaurant at 7 W. Bridge St.

The Holiday History Shop is open November 29 and 30 and December 1, 6, 7, and 8 in the former King Arthur’s Restaurant at 7 W. Bridge St.

Participants in the Holiday History Shop include Friends of Fort Ontario, Friends of History in Fulton, Friends of Riverside Cemetery, The Heritage Foundation of Oswego, H. Lee White Marine Museum, John D. Murray Firefighters’ Museum, Mexico Historical Society, Oswego County Historical Society (Richardson-Bates House Museum), Oswego Public Library, Oswego Railroad Museum, Safe Haven Museum and Education Center, and Scriba Historical Society.

Items sold at the Holiday History Shop make great gifts and the proceeds benefit the museums and organizations that preserve and present Oswego County’s rich history to its residents and visitors.

Each purchase supports these groups as they work to protect the area’s significant role in commercial, industrial, farming and military history.

Shoppers will enjoy sipping on hot chocolate, coffee or tea as they browse a wide variety of historical memorabilia, including: clothing and hats, games and toys, books, CDs, models, prints, ornaments and calendars.

Memberships are also available at the shop.

Volunteers dressed in period clothing and uniforms lend a historical atmosphere to the experience and assist shoppers with questions about merchandise and history.

All major credit cards are accepted.

The historical societies, sites, and museums would like to express their sincere thanks and appreciation to I Heart Oswego and Anthony Pauldine for providing the space used to house the Holiday History Shop.

For more information about the Holiday History Shop, call Gail Goebricher at 343-6992 or Fort Ontario Historic Site Manager Paul Lear at 343-4711.

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