Monday, January 21, 2008

Meet Schenectnady, New York!

SCHENECTNADY, NEW YORK – Many of you are familiar with the tragic event called The Massacre of 1690 (from Chapter Twelve in The History of the Snowman). More, much more, can be learned about this part of American history this year at The Schenectady Colonial Festival 2008 which is featuring an event called If the Stockade Walls Could Talk – 318 Years Later, Friday, February 8, 2008, 7:30 PM at the First Reformed Church of Schenectady, the church in the Stockade in 1690. Included will be stories, poetry, music and readings about what took place 318 years ago. I, unfortunately, had to decline participating in this interesting event (due to my current bout of pneumonia.)

For more information contact; First Reformed Church of Schenectady (518-377-2001) or Schenectady Heritage Area City Hall (518-382-5147, or visit here.

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