Friday JUNE 24th – 7:00pm
Seneca Museum, 89 Fall Street
Tonight we will hear from Author ~ Publisher and HistoryTeller Dorothy Stacy about life on the Erie Canal in 1840 when locks, low bridges, mules, and towlines were a part of everyday life. It was a time when the canal was alive with colorful canal boats, prosperous towns and businesses, and interesting sights.
Included will be how Dorothy wrote and published the books based on her research of the canal.
This program is at the Seneca Museum, 89 Fall Street. There will be light refreshments afterwards and an opportunity to meet the Author