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Youth Video Workshop At Hubbardton Battlefield


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hubbardton battlefieldA workshop aimed at teaching youth ages 11 to 15 how to make a 3-minute video has been set for Thursday, July 19, 2018 at the Hubbardton Battlefield State Historic Site in Hubbardton, Vermont. The program runs from 10:30 am to 4 pm, with a fee of $15.

Workshop leader is Bob Franzoni, battlefield site interpreter and retired executive director of CATV White River Junction, will show attendees how to write, direct, act in, and produce a 2 to 3-minute video. Continue reading

Women’s Rights Convention Days July 20–22 in Seneca Falls


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The Women’s Rights National Historical Park (NHP) has announced the 2018 Convention Days have been set for July 20-22.

2018 will commemorate the 225th birthday of the reformer, orator, and preacher, Lucretia Mott; the bicentennial of Frederick Douglass; and the 170th anniversary of the First Women’s Rights Convention.   Events are free and include children’s activities, art projects, live music, living history programs, speakers, and more. Continue reading

1930s Style Catskills Farm Hoedown July 28th


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hoedownThe Time and the Valleys Museum in Grahamsville, Sullivan County, NY has announced a 1930s Catskills Farm Hoedown has been set for Saturday, July 28th from 6 pm to 10 pm.

Held outdoors behind the Museum, the hoedown features old time country music by the Country Travelers with Paul Lounsbury, Bob Hunt, Dave Trestyn, Bill Engle and Patty Legg, and both dancing and square dancing (called by Patty Legg) in the Museum’s restored 1870s barn. Continue reading

Ballston Spa Village Cemetery Tour July 21


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ballston cemeteryOn Saturday July 21 at 11 am, David Fiske is set to lead a walking tour at the Ballston Spa Village Cemetery. During the one-hour tour, participants will view the grave sites of some important industrialists from Ballston Spa’s history, while Fiske tells their stories.

Among the individuals highlighted will be some early industrialists, such as Isaiah Blood and George West. Also included will be more recent business people, notably Donald K. Stewart, the founder of the local dairy outlet that later became the convenience store chain. Continue reading