Past Events at Gates Hall
Gates Hall is the hub of the hamlet of Pultneyville and regularly hosts programs and events relating to the area and its history.
Holocaust Survivor, Samuel Rind, Shares His Remarkable Journey
It was a special evening with a special man! Gates Hall was full—filled with a diverse audience from a wide area, all anxious to hear Holocaust Survivor Samuel Rind's story and learn about a history that should never be forgotten. Sam was born in Lublin, Poland in 1937 and survived life in various ghettos and forced labor camps with his mother.
Samuel’s remarks were tinged with tragedy, grief, resilience & optimism along with occasional humorous anecdotes. He graciously provided additional time for questions and answers and book signing. W-PHS is grateful to Darlene Martino for arranging this special program attended by over 100 guests.
Enjoy the photos by Laura Wayland-Smith Hatch & Charlotte Buehler.
"Meet the Spirits"
“Meet the Spirits” took residence in Historic Gates Hall to share the stories of residents from the past. The wind was blowing and it was a spooky night, but the Spirits did entertain!
Scott Kime Tourism Ambassador
When having conversations with Scott, you will find that he has a wide array of talents and friends. Currently he is the Tourism Ambassador for the Finger Lakes Welcome Center, a Boat Captain, and provides grounds maintenance for a family-built church. He delivered a night full of wonderful short stories that had his audience smiling and chuckling!
Enjoy the program images taken by our resident photographer, Peter Parts.
"A Civil War Tribute"
A Program of Music & Civil War Heritage
The weather was perfect when Gates Hall hosted the Wayne County NY Bicentennial 2023 Committee’s Civil War Tribute. The day was filled with great programs, displays, reenactors, music, and a concert in the park by the outstanding Excelsior Cornet Band. It concluded at the Civil War Monument in Lakeview Cemetery with a tribute to the Wayne County men who fought and lost their lives in the Civil War.
Enjoy the images taken by our resident photographer, Peter Parts.