The Chili Historical Society was established in 1964 by a group of people interested in learning about and preserving our local history. In 1999, CHS moved into Streeter's Inn, a c.1811 brick tavern owned by the Monroe County Parks Service as part of Black Creek Park. Today, over fifty years later, we are stronger than ever and working on some exciting new projects!
In 2015, we received a grant from the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) to create a strategic plan for 2016-2020. CHS is moving forward to grow the society and do more for the community we serve, and we couldn't be more proud.
Membership renewal forms are on their way. Remember that we have several new levels in addition to our basic memberships. Please consider becoming a Supporter or Patron Member today.
We are setting our 2019 Calendar of Programs and Events so please mark your calendars - remember, all of our programs are free! All current members get postcard or email reminders before events so you don't forget.
We are busy preparing for our annual summer open house Sunday: July 14th & 28th and August 11th & 25th from 1-3 pm, when Streeter's Inn will be open free to the public. We are looking for volunteer docent guides and training is available. Contact us now!
Officers & Board Members:
President - Mary Kinton , Vice Pres.- Peter Widener, Treasurer - Tammy Canfield, Recording Secretary - Sue Fish;
Trustees: Ken Beaman, Carol LaValle, Debora Truax, John Spaulding, & John Kinton;