Update from Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site
The entire site remains closed but the Visitor Center finally has phones, email and internet back so Janice and Tricia can now be reached by all the latest electronic devices.
Tomorrow Night, Tuesday, Sept 27- Friends of Schoharie Crossing Meeting at the Fort Hunter Library, located at 167 Fort Hunter Road in the Town of Florida (not in Fort Hunter, adjacent to the Firehouse). Lecture about the history of flooding in the Fort Hunter area at 6:30, followed by the September meeting.
This weekend, the show is going on the road. Displays about the flood and Erie Canal artwork will be set up along with items for sale from the gift shop all weekend long. Saturday- the Garden Bug Fall Festival, 10 to 4pm, Fort Hunter Road and on Sunday- the Hagaman Art Show, 12 to 5pm, Downtown Hagaman.
Could it be the 1740 Queen Anne Chapel?The Archaeologists are out here at the Visitor Center every sunny weekday, finding stuff like crazy and they hadn’t even begun to dig. Stop by to see their progress.
Thanks for everyone’s continued support and understanding in this difficult time. Things are beginning to get back to normal.
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