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Civil Rights in Rye: The Story of Paul Redd

UPDATED: This event is now schedule for Tuesday, March 14th from 6:30pm - 8:00pm at the Rye Free Reading Room. It had been postponed...

Family, Literacy & Compassion: Rye’s Barbara Bush Put Values First

By Alison Cupp Relyea, Rye Historical Society “Some people give time, some money, some their skills and connections, some literally give their life’s blood. But...

Walking Rye History: The Firehouse and the Rye YMCA

(PHOTO: In the springtime, Rye FD illuminates its Locust Avenue headquarters building blue to recognize Autism Speaks.) MyRye.com is encouraging you to walk Rye history....

Walking Rye History: The Square House

MyRye.com is encouraging you to walk Rye history. We'll be publishing a series of local historical locations, along with background, photos and a map...

The 19th Amendment and the League of Women Voters in Rye

By Alison Cupp Relyea, Rye Historical Society The Rye Historical Society is kicking off spring with a new in-person exhibit, honoring Women’s History Month through...

Papers from Our Past: How Does a War End? A Veterans Day Story

MyRye.com is working with the Rye Historical Society on Papers from our Past. The Rye Historical Society Archives contains centuries of stories, from everyday life in Rye...

Papers from Our Past: A Rye Hockey Tradition Tells a Story of 9/11

MyRye.com is working with the Rye Historical Society on Papers from our Past. The Rye Historical Society Archives contains centuries of stories, from everyday life in Rye...

Where I Work: Rye Historical Society’s Jake Griffith-Rosenberger

Where I Work showcases people who work in Rye. The feature is inspired in part by exploring how the pandemic has impacted our work...

Rye Historical Society: Hands on History Camp for Kids

The Rye Historical Society will have its Hands-on-History Summer Camp again this summer for kids ages 7-13. Kids can spend fun-filled weeks learning about everyday...

Papers from Our Past: Presidential Fatherhood: John Quincy Adams

MyRye.com is working with the Rye Historical Society on Papers from our Past. The Rye Historical Society Archives contains centuries of stories, from everyday life in Rye...

Papers from Our Past: A Hop, Skip and a Trolley Ride to Rye Beach

MyRye.com is working with the Rye Historical Society on Papers from our Past. The Rye Historical Society Archives contains centuries of stories, from everyday life in Rye...

Papers from Our Past: Take Me Out to the Ball Game: A Mother’s Day Look at Rye Little League

MyRye.com is working with the Rye Historical Society on Papers from our Past. The Rye Historical Society Archives contains centuries of stories, from everyday life in Rye...

Papers from Our Past: Nature, Poetry & An Artist Unknown

MyRye.com is working with the Rye Historical Society on Papers from our Past. The Rye Historical Society Archives contains centuries of stories, from everyday life in Rye...

Archivist Joins Rye Historical Society

The Rye Historical Society has hired an archivist, Jake Griffith-Rosenberger. Griffith-Rosenberger will work out of the Knapp House Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. He has his...

Papers from Our Past: Quilt and Craft, Then and Now

MyRye.com is working with the Rye Historical Society on Papers from our Past. The Rye Historical Society Archives contains centuries of stories, from everyday life in...