We hope you enjoyed the previous PHHS programs and
invite you to attend future offerings.
All programs are on the 2nd Monday of each month at 7:00 pm. unless stated otherwise.
Meetings are at the Parma Town Building 1300 Hilton Parma Corners Rd. (Rte 259)
Meetings are free, open to the public and refreshments served. Bring a friend.
Check back to this site regularly for updates.
The May 10, 2017, Annual Banquet was a great success and long term attendees really appreciated the larger layout with lots of leg room at the dining tables. The May Banquet is the last formal Monday PHHS meeting for the summer as we take a break and get ready to start the 2017/18 season. Below are the already selected programs as known at this time. Check back for details and updates regularly. Know that the museum is open each Sunday (except holiday weekends) from two to four P.M. Tell your friends.
September 11, 2017. “The Rochester Radio Road Show,” listen live as retired radio host Jack Palvino of WHAM and his partner Tom Proietti from the media center at St. John Fisher College, take you behind the scenes and behind the microphone of local radio history.
October 9, 2017, Carol Gursslin and Doug Marple will talk on the history of the ever popular Hilton Apple Fest from its beginning at Marple’s parking lot on Canning Street to the present day.
November 13, 2017, If your interests include family history you will want to hear Tammy Mullen’s talk on the new use of DNA when tracing your family. It’s no longer science fiction, learn more.
December 11, 2017, Rochester’s contribution during WW2 was positive in all areas of the many needs of your country. To explain the history making efforts of local people and industry will be Mr. Dan Cody.
January 8, 2018, We will go back in area history to learn about the service and life of long time Congressman Barber Conable.
Do you have a topic of interest that might make an interesting monthly program ? We would like to hear from you. Contact Sue Lorz at 704-4988.