The Caroga Museum in New York State's Adirondack Park is comprised of a charming old farm house, an exhibit barn, a general store, a cobbler's shop, an ice house, and the most recent addition, Sherman's Park Arcade.
The Caroga Historical Association was born on the coat-tails of the 1976 national bicentennial which provided momentum for the 1977 opening of a town museum housed in rented quarters.
In 1981 the Association purchased the present museum site from a fourth generation settler in Caroga. The Caroga Historical Association is a non-profit organization chartered by the New York State Education Department.
Continued dedicated efforts on the part of its friends and supporters have made the Caroga Historical Museum a focal point in promoting and preserving the heritage of the Township of Caroga.
ARTWORK: PAST AND PRESENT
7 PM - 9 PM
July Featured Artist
Exhibit Runs From
Aug. 8th - Sept. 1st
of the Caroga Historical Museum