September 13, 2015 "Virtual Tour of the Schuyler Mansion"  The mansion in Albany's south end was the home of Revolutionary War Major-General Philip Schuyler and was once the center piece of his 80 acre estate.

October 24, 2015"Fall Outing to Rensselaer County Historic Societybuilding" Kathy Sheehan led a tour of Troy's Underground Railroad and the exhibit "Scenic Overlook" was viewed. 

November 8, 2015 "G.I. Gantter's Infantry" by Steve Trimm  Ray fought in the Battle of the Bulge and invasion of Nazi Germany.  Because he spoke German and could converse with civilians and POWs he vividly described the final agonizing months of WWII in his memoir book "Roll Me Over." 

January 10, 2016 "Riot in Greenbush - The Anti-Rent War Renewed" by Jill Witbeck Knapp The shooting of Rensselaer County Deputy Sheriff Griggs in 1869 and the various legal proceeding which culminated in a murder trial was discussed. 

March 13, 2016 "A Mohican Understanding of Papscanee Island" by Bonney Harrtley, Tribal Historic Preservation Officer.  Bonney discussed the importance of the island to the tribe and provided information on the tribes current activities. 

April 10, 2016 "Reburial of the Remains of the Schuyler Slaves"  by Lisa Anderson, Curator of Bioarchaeology NYS Museum. Lisa talked about what had been learned from the skeletons of the slaves and the plans to rebury them in St. Agnes Cemetery.

May 8, 2016 "Memories of Greenbush" board member Jim Finke discussed some of his memories of the area in the 1940s and 1950s.