Elementary teachers and administrators, the Greece Historical Society and Museum is holding a “Native American Day” for all residents of Greece. Please forward this to building teachers and students.
Where: Greece Town Hall, rooms B and C
When: Saturday, November 10, 2012
Time: 10am – 12 noon
1) 10am: Anthropologist George Hammel (Rochester Museum and Science Center) will discuss and display Iroquois artifacts that are 500-750 years old!
2) 11am: Mohawk Storyteller Barbara Bethmann-Mahooty
Why: To explore and learn about local Native American History. To experience history “hands-on” through artifacts, including tools, spear points, adz, net sinkers, arrowheads, wampum and tomahawks. You can also bring any relics or artifacts you may have for identification. You will learn about early Aboriginal tribes of the Genesee region through displays, artifacts and books.
Contacts: Email the Greece Historical Society for more information at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 225-7221.
Here’s a link to their website: Greece Historical Society and Museum