Tuesday, September 22, 2015
The event includes a private membership meeting/luncheon that begins at 11am for the SRAC membership which will include fun prizes, a great meal and a presentation by Director, Deb Twigg on SRAC's past year as well as their future plans. Members are asked to rsvp for the luncheon at 607-565-7960.
The third speaker of the day will be SRAC's cofounder and executive director, Deb Twigg presenting "Carantouan and Spanish Hill" in celebration of the 400 the anniversary of the first white explorer entering our region 5 years before the pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock, in 1615. Twigg's article that was published in the peer reviewed archaeology journal, The Pennsylvania Archaeologist in 2005 places the nation of Carantouan (three villages) in the vacinity of Spanish Hill.
The event closes with the national award winning Seneca "Buffalo Creek Dancers" who will share their traditions and dances for the audience to enjoy. The event is free for the public to enjoy and is SRAC's annual celebration of the region's prehistoric and Native American past. To learn more visit http://www.sracenter.org/drumbeats/ .