On Monday, January 9th participants will enjoy hot tea and discuss the tea trade. Some of what will be covered are European traditions and influence of tea drinking culture.
March 13th will feature Fulton County Historian, Samantha Hall-Saladino, who will speak briefly on the Mohawk matriarch Molly Brant during Women’s History Month.
The series will end on April 10th, with a program recognizing humor and poetry month with a reading of Mark Twain’s work, “The Aged Pilot Man,” which takes a hilarious look at canal life.
For more information call the Visitor Center at (518) 829-7516, email SchoharieCrossing@parks.ny.gov.
Photo: Schoharie Crossing on Erie Canal showing 9 arches of aqueduct at Fort Hunter.