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In addition to our annual conference, The Underground Railroad History Project of the Capital Region, plays host to several events throughout the year. Some events are free while others are fundraisers so that we may further our cause.
More information can be found in the events calendar.
Visit the Myers Residence
This elegant 19th century, three story brick, Greek Revival building was the home of abolitionists Stephen and Harriet Myers, the meeting place of the Vigilance Committee, and the place to which 50 Freedom Seekers came seeking refuge. Come experience The Myers Residence and its history. Arrange a tour by calling (518) 432-4432, contacting URHPCR via the Contact Us page on this website, or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here for more information.
Designed to meet the needs and interests of the group, presentations on Underground Railroad history can be arranged by contacting Paul and Mary Liz Stewart through this link below or by calling 518-432-4432. An honorarium is requested, but it is negotiable. Learn more about Presentations here.
Displays, both temporary and long term, can be arranged by contacting URHPCR through this link or calling 518-432-4432. Learn more about displays here.
Group walking tours can be scheduled with at least four weeks advance notice by contacting URHPCR here or calling 518-432-4432. Read more about our walking tours here.