Dates for this event
Adirondack History Museum presents: 2nd Annual People & Peaks Event
Indigenous Peoples of the Adirondacks
September, 23, 9:00 am until 5:00pm
The public is cordially invited to join the Adirondack History Museum & the Grace Hudowalski Charitable Trust for the 2nd annual People & Peaks event. This year’s theme is Indigenous Peoples of the Adirondacks.
Admission is free, but we appreciate RSVP’s for planning purposes.
Schedule of Events
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
Celebrating the 86th Anniversary of the 46ers of Troy and the 75th Anniversary of the Adirondack 46ers, Inc.