The Adirondack History Museum & the Grace Hudowalski Charitable Trust will host its 2nd People & Peaks seminar event. This year’s theme is Indigenous Peoples of the Adirondacks.
The schedule for this September 23, 2023 event at the Adirondack History Museum, 7590 Court Street, in Elizabethtown, NY, follows:
9:00 AM: Museum doors and exhibits open (coffee, tea & refreshments)
10:00 AM: The Mountains Will Wait For You – film showing
10:45 AM: Fireside with Mr. Van – The Indian Pass, a legend
11:00 AM: The Trustiest Guides in All the Wilderness – Indigenous People’s Contributions to Adirondack Tourism, Melissa Otis, Ph. D
12:00 PM: Lunch Break (sandwiches & beverages provided)
1:00 PM: Hidden Heritage, Curt Stager, Ph.D
2:00 PM: Indigenous Reflections – Musings of a Mohawk Artist and Storyteller, David Kanietakeron Faddon (Patches of Snow)
3:00 PM: Reception Picnic & Celebration
BBQ by the Elizabethtown Vol. Fire Dept. (free of charge)/Welcome to New 46ers
Admission is free, but an RSVP here is appreciated for planning purposes.
Photo of Iroquois paddlers in the Adirondacks courtesy Saranac Lake.com.