Monthly Archives: February 2018

2nd Annual ‘MUSIC in the PARK’

  Bring your lawn chairs and blankets!

Seneca Museum of Waterways & Industry is excited to announce the 2nd Annual MUSIC in the PARK – a music summer series set in beautiful People’s Park, (an ideal outdoor location for events) in Seneca Falls NY. This event series is a shift from our usual monthly historical related programs on a Friday evening, to a Thursday night, in the park, under the stars, beginning at  6:00pm finishing at 8:30pm.

The MUSIC in the PARK series is FREE and along with an eclectic collection of local musicians and artists who have been scheduled for this years series there will also be each week a featured winery/brewery offering tastings along with local vendors and organizations providing a variety of food for purchase.

Download full Artist and Vendor listing HERE

In 2018 the number of events has increased from 8 to 10 and bands new this year include The Lightkeepers, Nate Michaels, The Fab Cats, Sam Swanson, Fresh Vintage and a very exciting inclusion to the program this year is the ‘UP and Coming’ a showcase of 3 – 4 young artist. Returning this year are  Diana Jacobs Band, Jessica Novak Band, the Cool Club Quartet with the Lipker Sisters.

These programs would not be possible without great partnerships and for the 2nd year, Seneca Meadows has been there to assist us bring them to you. We are also extremely excited to announce our partnership with the Fingerlakes Radio Group and Mix98.5

This series is another FREE series from Seneca Museum and our partners.

Event and Program schedule full details here

Event organization by ‘Simply Created by Susie’

CONCLUDED: Walt Gable – Underground Railroad Activism

What made it possible for so many “freedom seekers” (“fugitive slaves”) to come safely through the Finger Lakes as they sought freedom from slavery? That is a key question that Seneca County Historian Walter Gable will help answer in a program on Friday, February 23, 2018 at 7:00pm at the Wesleyan Chapel 126 Fall Street, Seneca Falls, NY.

Many individuals and groups were active in various kinds of Underground Railroad or anti-slavery activities in the decades preceding the Civil War. Learn about who these groups and people were and what they did.

Help celebrate African-American History Month by learning more about the important role that the Finger Lakes played in this momentous human rights struggle in United States