Planning a Celebration of Colonel Lindsley's Arrival in Lindleytown in 1790


The Lindleytown Day 225th Birthday
Celebration Committee will meet Thursday August 13th at 7 P.M. at the
Lindley Town Hall  to continue planning the event scheduled for September 19th from
Noon to 5 P.M

If you are interested in Lindley’s past history and would like to be a part of the afternoon’s activities, we hope to see you on the 13th  The meeting is open to the public-especially to anyone who wishes to
participate or has an idea for a display
relating to Lindley’s past

 
The July meeting for planning  Lindley’s 225th birthday party  was quite productive. Since then the group (–especially Chairperson  Brenda Criss )have been busy working on the to-do lists that go with planning such an event. 

 It promises to be afternoon of interesting and fun activities for the young and the old. The afternoon will be a place to renew old friendships  and to meet /greet new neighbors.

The celebration will take place at the Lindley
Town Hall and the Lindley Community Church
 Grounds. 
 

Lindley residents will  celebrating the beginnings of one of Steuben County’s first real settlements.
 (Painted Post/Corning had a few folks living in that area , but there was no community as well planned as ColonelLindsley’s –”Lindleytown “ in 1790 ). 

 
The emphasis is on the Town of Lindley’s
past 225 years .There will be activities,
displays, exhibits and entertainment for all
ages..  The event is free and the public is
invited to help celebrate Lindley’s 225th.
Birthday Party.
 
After this coming meeting, there will  be a better idea of who ,what, and when that we can publicize 

 For more information –call   607-523-8083 or
607- 523-8851


Watch for a list of activities as the planning continues.  
 


Lindsley Burying Ground

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