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Village of Scotia, NY in New York, USA
VisitScotia.com - December 29th, 2002
A Walk Through Christmas Past

The Historic Flint House was host to A Walk Through Christmas Past. Sponsored by the Scotia Historical Society the event took visitors back in time with historic Christmas tales.

The Flint House (1715) located at the end of Reynolds St has been the site of many historic and educational events.

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Victorian Parlor

Jeannine Deyette delights visitors with the history of Christmas as we now celebrate it.

Toys in the Mid 1900's Kitchen

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VisitScotia.com is your guide to information and photos available on the Internet for the Village of Scotia, NY. Our goal is to promote our town and provide a one stop online location that consolidates content into an easy to use format.

Village of Scotia, NY

While our Scotia may not be an international tourist destination our residents and shop owners take great pride in what Scotia has to offer.

Tree lined streets, award winning schools, playgrounds, fine dining and large parks make Scotia a wonderful place for a peaceful retirement or to raise a new family.

Created and maintained locally by BillP Studios this site is intended to be useful for residents as well as our visitors. Our online experts scour the Internet looking for web sites with useful and fun information on our village. When you come here you'll find sites about Scotia, New York and not Nova Scotia.
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