The Candor History Research Center will be open to the public on Mondays starting JANUARY 7 from 9 AM - Noon and Mondays by appointment only from 6:30-8:30 PM by calling Georgia Westgate at 659-7769. We hope you will come and see what we have to offer for anyone wanting to know more about Candor history or information about specific people who lived in Candor. More Here.
The Candor Historical Society of Candor, New York, has monthly programs about the history of Candor and the surrounding area. In addition to these wonderful programs, we have a very active Facebook page with many more pictures and historical tidbits! We continue to encourage people to write down and share their memories. Please help write Volume 2 of "I Remember When....". Send your stories to Carol Henry, 90 Dry Brook Road, Willseyville, NY 13864, or via email (preferred): email@example.com.
The Candor Historical Society will present guest speakers Skip and Jeanne Jackson on April 24, at the Candor Town Hall, at 7:00 p.m. The Jacksons will talk about the history of the Iron Kettle Farm from the beginning in 1969 to the present—and what’s next. Celebrating their 50th year in business, the talk will highlight their ups and downs, their growth, major changes, partnerships with their children, awards, and everything in between. The Iron Kettle Farm, also sometimes referred to as the Pumpkin Farm, is one of Candor’s major agro-tourism businesses that draws thousands during the peak season. The talk is free and open to the public.