Oct 14th, 2017

 Next meeting, Oct 14th, 2017

Oct 14th, 6pm. tureen                                                                                                       Oct 20th-24th , NYS Grange Convention, Auburn, NY                                                Oct 29th, Roast Pork Dinner, noon till 4 pm, recycle metal and electronics    

  • The Curriers depot, built 1886, is a typical wood frame country station. Similar to many Erie railroad structures, the station remains in remarkably good condition, very close to its original appearance.  The picturesque location at the Chaffee Road crossing retains a branchline charm to it, from the traditional crossbucks to the hand thrown switches on the run around track at the depot.  Nearby farm houses and barns complete the throwback in time.  A & As passenger excursions have been a fixture of railroading for two generations of little boys and their fathers.  Steam has been a fixture of the summer excursions starting in 1963.  The coaches too are unique, 1915 vintage cars, having come off of the Delaware, Lackawanna, & Western.

Curriers Grange Hall Information

Curriers Grange #1273                                                                      983 Chaffee Rd, Arcade NY 14009              meetings are the 3rd Saturday of the month!

The Backwoods Cloggers dance  every Tuesday,    Contact:  Pat Gunner,   716-537-9895, [email protected]  Classes start in Sept.

Train Dogs upstairs on Wednesday,                                                                           Contact: Leanne Pokigo, 716-537-3022    [email protected]


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