Museum Row Spring 2021 Edition
During each of the Museum Row sessions, a different historical site will give a virtual tour/presentation to show you what they can do via a virtual platform to still bring history to students. Each session will be held via Zoom, include time for Q&A, provide 1.5 hours of CTLE hours* for the registrant, and is family friendly (so feel free to allow your household to sit in on the presentations and learn more about the history of CNY!).
Registration free for members and renewed members
(click here to become a member if you are new to CNYCSS)
Zoom link will be sent prior to the presentation
Canal Town Museum (Canastota, New York)
Thursday, April 29, 4:30 to 6:oo p.m.
Join CNYCSS as Joe DiGiorgio, a retired Social Studies teacher and avid local historian, discusses the history of Canastota and the impact of the Erie Canal on Central New York. Sure you know about the Boxing Hall of Fame, but do you know about Amelia Earhart's visit, the story of Phoebe Brady, or the history of the American Biograph Company (among other things)? You will by the end of this presentation!
Register for additional Museum Row Spring 2021 Edition sessions:
Matilda Joslyn Gage Center (Tuesday, April 20, 4:30-6:00pm)
Seward House Museum (Tuesday, April 27, 4:30-6:00pm)
If you have a historic site or museum from the region that you would like us to reach out to for future activities, please reach out and contact us.