***Howland Stone Store Museum in the Hamlet of Sherwood will reopen by appointment starting in August. The museum will be open to patrons on Saturdays only from 1-4PM. Call 315-303-3145 for reservations one day in advance and leave a message with date and time you wish to visit, and a call back will confirm the appointment. Walk-in visitors will be welcomed during open hours if no other visitors are present. One party is allowed at a time with a maximum of three visitors. Face masks are required, 6-foot social distancing is mandatory, and hand sanitizer will be provided at the entrance.*** The museum, formerly a cobblestone store built in 1837 by the family of Emily Howland, displays Howland's contributions (1850-1920) to movements for abolition of slavery, education, and women's rights, including an original Underground Railroad pass and women's suffrage posters.