Sunday, October 11, 2009

The SRAC Movie is Here!

I wanted to thank all of you who attended yesterday's 6th annual DrumBeats Through Time. The attendance was great and good times were shared all the way through the event from the luncheon and annual membership meeting, Allegany River Dancers from 2-3pm, and we still had most of the seats filled even for the SRAC movie from 4pm- 5pm.

For those of you who are not aware of it, the SRAC Movie 'Glimpses of Our Past" is now available on DVD. The movie is a 3 part piece about the prehistory of our region that covers from the ice age all the way through early European contact and uses SRAC's artifacts to help tell that story.

It also includes spots by myself, Ted Keir, and Dick Cowles, and even two additional full length presentations, "Why Sullivan Marched" by Dick Cowles, and "The Newton Woolly Mammoth" by Ted Keir...Oh yeh - - they also added bloopers which were quite popular yesterday!

The entire DVD is on sale now at SRAC for just $9.99 plus tax. They are available at the SRAC gift shop and I added a way for you to order your copy online as well below. All proceeds benefit the Susquehanna River Archaeological Center.

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