- Monday, November 3 - Mayor’s Luncheon - Albany: Our History, Our Future;
- Friday, November 7 - Reception - A Celebration of New York State History Month – Honoring the artist Len Tantillo;
- Monday, November 10 - 6 p.m. - Presentation - Art, Literature, Industry and Conflict on the Hudson with author Vernon Benjamin;
- Thursday, November 13 - Dinner - Sharing a U Club Tradition: The 106th Annual Duck Dinner;
- Friday, November 14 - 6 p.m. - Presentation - Haunted History in the North Country: The Legend of Major Duncan Campbell with Duncan Crary;
- Tuesday, November 18 - 6 p.m. - Panel Discussion - Building Modern Social Justice Movements with Barbara Smith and Dr. Virginia Eubanks, moderated by Elaine Houston of WNYT;
- Wednesday, November 19 - Luncheon - Achievement and Betrayal at the New York State Capitol - 1913 - a discussion of Gov. Sulzer with former Assemblyman Mark J. F. Schroeder;
- Friday, November 21 - 6 p.m. - Reception - History Hunt Wrap-Up Party;
- Monday, November 24 - Luncheon - New York’s Tradition of Innovation with P. Thomas Carroll, Senior Scholar and Treasurer, Hudson Mohawk Industrial Gateway; and
- Tuesday, November 25 - 6 p.m. - Presentation - Hands On History with Ann Pfau and Dave Hochfelder, founders of the “98 Acres in Albany” project, a study of buildings demolished and families uprooted for the construction of the Empire State Plaza.
New York State History Month programs at the U Club are:
Tickets may now be reserved for the first of two exciting events kicking off the U Club's Celebration of New York State History Month.
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NYS History month
The University Club of Albany will convene a Celebration of New York State History Month in November, 2014. Presented by the University Club of Albany Foundation, a 501c3 corporation, the events will be open to the public. The monthlong celebration will be comprised of no fewer than 10 programs, including luncheons, evening lectures – even a digital photo scavenger hunt – featuring experts in a variety of disciplines discussing the history of New York State and the Albany area.