Annual 'Living History Day' to be held at Lighthouse Point in Ogdensburg May 17
OGDENSBURG – The 9th annual Living History Day will be held at Lighthouse Point on May 17, from 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m., with over 350 area students expected to attend.
The event is a culmination of a year-long project between Heuvelton Central School and Ogdensburg City Schools and Morristown Central School. Fourth and seventh-grade students from all three schools are involved in the project.Eighteenth-century re-enactors and heritage interpreters will demonstrate open-hearth cooking, colonial toys, colonial lighting, tin-smithing, cannon shooting, cartridge rolling, bucket races, and other traditional activities.
Support, financial and material, is donated by the Heuvelton Parent Teacher Association, the Heuvelton Teacher's Association, the Ogdensburg Education Association, the Morristown Teacher’s Association, and the Heuvelton Lions Club.
St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES coordinates a School/Curriculum Improvement Program, allowing the three participating schools to split the cost of the presenters and admission fees.
Info: Julie Madlin, [email protected], 315-344-2414.