100 Years of Preservation . . .
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|Court House & Bedford Museum|
|Jackson House||Lounsbery Building|
|Sutton Clock||Bedford Oak|
Court House Museum Open
Thursday, Friday & Saturday
July 21, 22 & 23 from 11AM to 3PM
The Next 100 Years . . .
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and be part of something timeless!
Centennial Capital Campaign
July 11, 1779
Bedford Village is burned by 400 horsemen commanded by Lt. Col. Samuel Birch.
July 13, 1779
George Washington reports to John Jay: "The enemy have burned Bedford."
July 26, 1788
New York ratifies Constitution.
Centennial Coming Events
Hunt for History this Summer
Stop in to The Bedford Store and pick up your "Clues Book" then begin your hunt for history Visit our Events page to learn more or to download your "Quick Clues Book.."
Outside the Box Exhibit through September
To celebrate 100 years of bringing history to life we've installed a temporary outdoor photo exhibit in Bedford Village. Find our more on our Events Page.
Centennial Past Events
Ball - Saturday, May 21st
A very special thanks to our guests, volunteers, and sponsors and advertisers who generously gave their time, financial support and expertise.
Celebration - Friday, February 5th