Mark Your Calendars! SRAC's 5th Annual DrumBeats Through Time is on October 25, 2008! download flier here
11:30 – 1PM 2008 SRAC Annual Membership Luncheon
SRAC members and invited guests only can attend this special meeting lead by the leaders of SRAC where updates on current projects and goals for the coming year will be shared. A private tour of the building and first look at the special collections of the event will follow in this very personalized portion of our event for our supporters. Lunch will be provided.
1PM - DOORS OPEN TO PUBLIC
LARGEST ARTIFACT EXHIBIT IN THE REGION on display all day!
1:30 – 2:30PM “Flowers for the Dead: New Research into the World of the
Hopewell Moundbuilder Culture.” by Dr. DeeAnne Wymer, Bloomsburg University
Using traces of organic and other unusual materials preserved in association with ceremonial copper burial objects, Dr. Wymer will give the audience an intimate view of the ceremonies of the ancient Hopewell Moundbuilder culture. Simply a breathtaking presentation!
3 – 4PM “Buffalo Creek“ Native Indian Dancers!
The Village of Waverly has agreed have the street closed down for this very special opportunity for the community to learn and enjoy the dance and culture of these authentic Seneca Native Indian dancers!
4:30 PM – 5:30 SRAC MURAL Unveiling!
We will be unveiling SRAC’s outdoor mural funded by a 2007 Decentralization (DEC) Grant which was administered by The ARTS of the Southern Finger Lakes and sponsored by the Village of Waverly. A special dedication will follow.
“DrumBeats Through Time” is held at SRAC at 345 Broad Street Waverly, NY and is Free to the Public!