We are gearing up for the 11th annual DrumBeats Through Time at SRAC
this Saturday October 25th. What a great event that is totally FREE to
attend and is our way of thanking everyone who supports us throughout
the year while celebrating our mission. This year we have our annual
exclusive SRAC membership meeting from 11-12:30 which will include a
surprise birthday party for Ted Keir who turns 90! (not a member ? join today!)
|This commemorative key ring will be given to all attendees to the SRAC Membership Luncheon!|
Then at 1pm the doors open to the public. Dr. Deeanne Wymer will start things off with start things off at 1pm with a presentation about the latest excavation she has been working on in Ohio, "The Snake Den Group” a newly discovered Hopewell hilltop enclosure site that has some strange and groundbreaking discoveries that may give us new insights about the Hopewell culture - AND this site also may help us to understand a well-known site in South Waverly, called Spanish Hill! After Dee's presentation, the Seneca Buffalo Creek Dancers take over with a presentation on Iroquois traditions and then their dancing begins! PLUS the SRAC Exhibit Hall is open for tours all day long as well!