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Thu 16 Jul
Sacandaga Soiree: Tides and Tourism
Thursday, July 16, 2020 06:30 PM
Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site

ONLINE https://meetingsamer3.webex.com/meetingsamer3/j.php?MTID=mcb6c804e4f6802d3052d895439fff584

Join us as Fulton County Museum Executive Director Samantha Hall-Saladino presents on the tourism of the Great Sacandaga in the early to mid-20th century.

This program is offered via Webex - the link will go live 15 minutes prior to the presentation starting. You will be muted upon entry and we ask that you please disable your webcams to save bandwidth and avoid distractions. You may use the Webex Chat feature to ask questions during the program.

Tue 28 Jul
A Discussion with Lavada Nahon
Tuesday, July 28, 2020 06:30 PM
Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site

ONLINE https://meetingsamer3.webex.com/meetingsamer3/j.php?MTID=m52da44b90ad6b619c8e86ac2ee4ae549

Lavada Nahon is a culinary historian, editor and historic interpreter for the Bureau of Historic Site and Park Services. Lavada provides a critically-important role of interpreter of African American history. She has extensive experience interpreting the lives of free and enslaved African Americans working as an independent contractor at numerous historic sites and museums in the mid-Atlantic region. Lavada's specialty includes interpreting the work of enslaved cooks in the homes of the elite class. Her expertise spans the 17th through the 19th centuries and cuts across several cultures and traditions, including Dutch, British, French and African.

This program is offered via Webex - the link will go live 15 minutes prior to the presentation starting. You will be muted upon entry and we ask that you please disable your webcams to save bandwidth and avoid distractions. You may use the Webex Chat feature to ask questions during the program.