Thanks for visiting!
We had a great time meeting new friends and seeing old ones at our open house on April 6. More than 50 people stopped by to check out the Trudeau Building before renovations begin to convert the historic building as part of the expansion of our museum! Thanks for stopping by everyone, and stay tuned for news of progress with the project!
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This week we enjoyed visiting with John Fadden at the Six Nations Iroquois Cultural Center in Onchiota. John provided a tour of his family's wonderful museum, and we brainstormed about our upcoming short film about the history of the Saranac Lake region. This project is supported by a National Endowment for the Humanities Rescue Act Grant.
Pictured left to right: Kirk Peterson, filmmaker, John Fadden leader of the Six Nations Museum, Amy Catania, Executive Director of Historic Saranac Lake, Lauren Gulbicki HSL winter intern from St. Lawrence University, and Mahala Nyberg, Historic Saranac Lake Public Programs Coordinator.
Exhibit Closing: Art of the Cure
Did you know?! This week is the last week to see our Art of the Cure exhibit! We're open Tuesday through Saturday from 10AM-5PM every day. This exhibit will not be shown again, so get in while you can!
We will be showing some temporary exhibits in the John Black Room while we work on some upgrades to the space. Stay tuned!
If you can't see Art of the Cure in person, you can check out a virtual version here!
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