Gun collectors and history gurus will gather from all over the country in Fulton for the eighth Annual Hunter Arms Homecoming. The event is hosted by the Friends of History in Fulton, N.Y., Inc. The shoot event will take place Saturday, August 25 at Pathfinder Fish & Game Club on Route 57 in Phoenix, N.Y. Concurrently, there also will be an exhibit both days (Friday and Saturday) at the John Wells Pratt House Museum located on 177 South First St, Fulton, NY, showcasing L.C. Smith Guns and Hunter Arms memorabilia.
The Parade of Trees for 2017 is in the history books and if by chance you missed it this year, you missed a great one. We had 14 trees in total and you would think with that number, there would be a duplicates but that wasn’t the case. Each of the trees was as unique and imaginative as an individual snowflake as it falls to Earth.
The Friends of History In Fulton, Inc. is pleased to announce its annual Parade of Trees. Santa’s elves spent all day and night decorating the house inside and out. Now all we need is for you to come. We are located at 177 S.First St., in Fulton.
Friends of History in Fulton, Inc. invites all to “Remember Woodstock” on Friday, November 3. The party, held at Tavern on the Lock, will include a cash bar, full buffet dinner, music trivia contest, raffles, prizes and musical entertainment from Mike MacDonald playing the songs of the times from the iconic 1969 Woodstock festival. For more information on tickets, read the full article.
The night before Halloween, as everyone prepares for the upcoming fright, the Fulton Public Library and the Pratt House Museum showcased their ghostly buildings to the public.
Paired with Soul Searchers, the two historic buildings in Fulton allowed public tours by reservation to observe their legendary ghostly nature.
FOH (Friends of History) and the Fulton Public Library will co-sponsor a ghost tour October 30. Earlier this year the ghost hunters visited the buildings and definitely found some activity at both sites. Participants will have the opportunity to tour both buildings led by the “ghost hunters” and hopefully will be visited by former tenants.