2017 BEDFORD FALLS GINGERBREAD HOUSE CONTEST
The 8th Annual Bedford Falls Gingerbread House Contest will once again be happening over the It’s A Wonderful Life weekend,
this year from December 12th through December 14th.
All prizes have been donated by Seneca Falls vendors and organizations
Houses will be on display at the Seneca Museum for voting from
Tuesday Dec 5th through Sunday Dec 10th.
Winners chosen by People’s Choice and announced
Monday December 11th.
all winners will being contacted.
All entries must be received by Monday December the 4th
Gingerbread House Recipes and Plans
Download from the following link:
If you have any questions please call Seneca Falls Visitor Center, Seneca Museum 315.568.1510.
2017 Summer Camps are OVER
See you next Year
Reservations for the 2017 SUMMER CAMPS are now being taken.
For the first time the Seneca Museum the Summer Camps are over 4 days and starting on Tuesday and finishing on Friday.
The camps will be held :
August 15 – 16 – 17 – 18 and August 29 – 30 – 31 and Sept 1. The camp is designed for children aged between 7 and 13.
They will include plenty of hands-on fun activities and there will be a different adventure every day.
(PERMISSION FORMS FOR THE BOAT RIGHT NEED TO BE SIGNED BEFORE THE BEGINNING OF THE CAMPS),
Call into the Museum to collect your forms and book you place NOW
PLACES ARE LIMITED
So reserve your place TODAY
Either download the forms below or call into the Seneca Museum 89 Fall Street.
Download forms click here: Forms
(If you download the forms you still need to contact the Museum to reserve the children(s) place(s)
Phone: 315.568.1510 or email: email@example.com
ALL FORMS MUST BE COMPLETED AND HANDED BEFORE THE FIRST DAY OF EACH CAMP
Bring your lawn chairs and blankets!
Seneca Museum of Waterways & Industry announces MUSIC in the PARK – a music summer series in People’s Park, Seneca Falls NY. This event series is a shift from our usual monthly As in the historical related programs which are provided FREE to all.
The MUSIC in the PARK series is FREE to all. Along with an eclectic collection of local musicians and artists who have been scheduled for this inaugural series there will also be each week a featured winery offering tastings along with local vendors and organizations providing a variety of food for purchase.
Bands include Glacial Erotics, Ende Brothers, Whiskey Sunday, Little Joe & the BIG SHOTS, Diana Jacobs Band, Jessica Novak Band, The Sweats, and the Cool Club Quartet and Lipker Sisters.
This series is another FREE series from Seneca Museum made available with support from Seneca Meadows.
Event organization by ‘Simply Created by Susie’
Seneca Museum in partnership with Canalside Experiences are continuing their 90 minute Boat Tours of the Cayuga-Seneca Canal.
This fully narrated tour includes a ride into Locks 2/3, around the beautiful Vancleef Lake. Then past the Seneca Knitting Mill (the future home of the National Women’s Hall of Fame), under Bridge Street bridge (locally called Bailey’s Bridge and said to be the inspiration for the bridge in Frank Capra’s ‘Its A Wonderful Life movie). On pass the Ludovico sculpture Trail and much more. Download flyer here
Get a party together – Maximum number per Tour .. 10 people
CURRENT TOUR TIMETABLE
Monday – Saturday 11:00am – 1:00pm – 3:00pm
The Seneca Museum, in partnership with the Seneca Falls Historical Society, is excited to announce the arrival of the ‘Women Attorney Trailblazers of New York’ travelling display from the New York State Bar Association’s .
Maureen Bezuhly Co-chair, Committee on Women in the Law stated “New York State has a rich history of amazing trailblazing women attorneys who broke through barriers and blatant discrimination to make major contributions in the legal profession. Their stories are ones of fierce determination, passion for the law, keen intelligence, and inspiring achievement.
From the late 19th Century, when women began gaining admission to state bars, through the 1960s, women attorneys faced widespread discrimination. Women were turned away from law firms, or only offered jobs as librarians or secretaries. Later, women applicants were told that the quota for hiring women was already filled or that clients would be uncomfortable with a woman attorney. ”
The 9′ x 10′ display is located on the fall street level of the Seneca Museum. It will be on display for approx. 2 months before moving on.